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THE RAINBOW 1950 



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1950 



FOREWORD 

This, tlic twenty-sccdiid vnhimc 
to bear the name RAINBOW, is. like 
its predecessors, a book nt pictures. 

The ])ictures are of our building, 
our schoobnatcs, and our teachers — 
familiar to us for some time past. They 
show tile way the camera caught us — 
A. 1). 1950! 

I'.ut. times change and memories 




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FOREWORD 

We who made this book dare to 
hope that some day it will be far more 
than a mere book of pictures. We hope 
that the turning of its pages will fan 
a spark of dim remembrance into a 
pleasant glow of recollection, and that 
school days may, if desired, come again 
to life. 









REVIEWS AND RECORDS OF 

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AUGUSTA 



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GEORGIA 



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Dedication 

For liis faithfulness to the student body of Rich- 
miind Academy and the Junior College of Augfusta, 
in extra curricular activities as well as in our 
studies, we. the staff, are i>riiud to dedicate 

The Rainbow of 19^0 



to 



Charles H. Mitchell 

The staff appreciates his time and co-operation 
sjivcn t I making this Rainbow a success. 




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CHARLES H. MITCHELL 




CONTENTS 



THE ADMINISTRATION 

THE FACULTY 

THE JUNIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA 

THE ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 

THE MILITARY DEPARTMENT 

ATHLETICS 

ACTIVITIES 

FEATURES 

FUN IN PICTURES 

ADVERTISEMENTS 



The Trustees ot the Academy of Richmond County 



LANDON THOMAS 
JOSEPH B. CUJMMIXG 



ROBERT WALTON 
BERRY FLEMING 



FERDLX'AXD PHINIZY 



The Richmond County Board of Education 



T. M. XICKLES. rresidcnl 

F. J. PRITCHARD. \ice-Prcsidcnt 
ROBERT J. WATSOX 

AIRS. FRED L. POWELL 

l;ARXE^■ WHLrAKER 

DORRAH XO\\F.LL. Jr. 

BERT REED 

MRS. GEORCJAXA LON'ETT 

O. S. SATCHER 

R.J. r.FATTIE 

G. .\Lr.ERT HLX'IIXGTON 
T. GLO\"ER CUSHMAN 



RUi'ER'r W. l-.VXCi'ORD, Secretary 

SUPERlX'li:\I)EXT OF SCHOOLS 
J. (i. McDonald. Assi.Supl.& Bus. Mgr. 
Gl-.ORGI-; A. IIL"XTL\"(iTON 
O. O. McGAHEE 
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ROBICRT .M. COI.I.IXS 
C. C. HOW.XRD 
A. J. CARPENTER 

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The President 

ERIC WEST HARDY 
A.B.. M.A.. I. ITT. 1). 




The Dean 

ANTOX PAUL ^FARKERT 
B.S. inC.E., M.A. 






MISS SYDNEY SANDERS MRS. BILLIE F. CORBIN 

SECRETARY SECRETARY 



C. E. FLANAGAN 
BOOKKEEPER 



MRS. L. E. HARRIS 
DIETITIAN 



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Margaret Bailie, B. S.. B. L. S. 
Librarian 



Thomas Bamford, B. Mus. 
Music 




C. E. Bearden, B. S. Ed. 
Mathematics, Athletics 



G. Langston Bolton, B. S. 
Mathematics, Athletics 



O'Neal W. Chandler, B. S. 
General Science 



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Eugene M. Clark, B. S. 

General Science, 
Mathematics 



Thomas H. Clary, A. B. 
Citizenship, History 




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Charles Guy Cordle 
A. B., M. A. 

History 



George M. Dasher 
Shop 




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Harry Dolyniuk. B. A. 
Chemistry 







Elroy DuPuis, A. B., M. A. 



V*. r*?^ O English 






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Charles M. Etheredge, A. B. 
Mathematics 



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John Evans Eubanks, 
A. B., A. M. 



\ ^ Political Science, Latin 






Norman L. Galloway 



Luther Alfred Griffin, 
B. S., M. S. 

Biology 



John Thomas Hains, B. S. 
Mathematics 




Mary Evans Hall, B. S. in Bus '• 
Admn. 

Commercial Subjects * 



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Lawrence A. Fox, B. A. 

Mechanical and Engineering 
Drawing 



George T. Howard. 
B. S., LL. B. 

Spanish 




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B. S.. M. A. y 0rf ^^^ 

Economics. Education j^-^ 




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Guy R. Hurlbutt 
Citizenship 






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Frank E. Inman, 
B. S., M. Ed. 

Chemistry. Athletici 




William R. Kennedy 
Commercial Subjects 



Garnet T. Langford, B. S. 
Mathematics 



J. Curtis Luckey, B. S. 
Mathematics 







William Lee Maden, ^i^^^H ^ ^^^^^H 
French ^^^^^^^^^^| 




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Milbra McGahee, 4-yr. College 
Certificate 

History, Citizenship 


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Charles Harold Mitchell, 
A. B.. M. A. 

English 




Charles J. Morrison. B. S. 
General Science 


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Joseph Rufus Moseley, 


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B. S., M. S. 
Mathematics 


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Martha L. Nichols 
Commercial Subjects 



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Joseph Jefferson Nixon, 
A. B, A. M. 

English, Economics 






Auburn G. Owens, A. B. 
English 



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Wallace A. Partridge, 
B. S. in Ed. 

Mathematics 




Hanry Osgood Read, 
Ph. B.. M. A. 

English 



Louis Reese, B. S. 
Vocational Training 




John Shealy Reiser, 
B. S.rn Ch. E. 

Chemistry 





L. R. Richardson, 
B. A., M. A. 

History. Government 



Roy E. Rollins. A. B., M. A. 
Economics, Athletics 



George M. Scott. 
A. B.. B. Litt., M. A. 

English 



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B. Roy Smith, A. B. 
History 



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Chester M. Sutton, 
A. B., M. A. 

English 



Joseph LeConte Talley, 
B. S., M. S. 

Physics 




Robert A. Thompson, 

B. S. in Ed. 
English 



S. Lee WaUace, B. A., M. S. 
Zoology 



W. Parmelee Watkins, Ph. B. 
English 



A. L. Williams. B. A. 
Economics, Athletics 




G. B. Williams. A. B.. M. A. 
Mathematics 



Charles Wilson, B. S. 
Agriculture 




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Margaret Wood. A. B. 
English. History 





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CLASS OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 
WILLIAM L. MADEN 



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President 
William L. Maden 

Vice President 


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Hugh Puder 

Secretary 
Ann Whatley 

Treasurer 

William W. Phinizy 

Student Council 
Mary Ann Thomas 


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SECRETARY 
ANN WHATLEY 


Morris Warr 



SOPHOMORES 



TOP ROW: 


BOTTOM ROW: 


MARY ARNETT 


JAMES H. COOK 


Basketball 1, 2, 


Psi PhaUnx 2; Christian Workers' Coun- 




cil, Vice President 2, President 2. 


AUDREY BAILEY 


JACK L. COOPER 




Psi Phalanx 2; Rainbow Staff 2; Basket- 




ball 2; Honors 1. 


JOE BAILEY 


CARL T. DARBY 


Rho Chi 1: Chaplain 2; High Honors 1; 




Phi Theta Kappa 2. 




BETTY GENE BALK 


JUNE DOUGLAS 


Sponsor 1. 




WARREN T. BLANCHARD 


RONALD F. GALLOWAY 


DeMolay 1, 2; Rho Chi 1, 2; Rainbow 


Rho Chi, Chaplain 1, Secretary 2; Liter- 


Staff, Circulation Manager 1. 


ary Society, Secretary 1; Phi Theta 




Kappa, President 2; Honor 1. 








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BILLIE GARDNER 






Basketball 2; Zeta Rho Sigma 2. 




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MAURICE GHINGOLX) 

Basketball 1; Psi Phalanx 2. 




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H. WHELDON HAIR 


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DeMolay 1, 2: Psi Phalanx 1. Chaplain 2. 


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DOROTHY HENDERSON 




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Basketball 1, 2: Phi Theta Kappa, Secre- 
tary 2: High Honors 1. 


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MARGE HOSSELTON 


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ANNE H. JAMISON 
Rainbow Staff, 2. 






RUTH M. JOE 




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ISAAC S. JOLLES 


High Honors 1; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 




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LIBBY A. JONES 


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THOMAS G. LAMAR 



SOPHOMORES 



TOP ROW: 


BOTTOM ROW: 


WARREN E. LAMAR 


JOYCE MARTIN 




Zeta Rho Sigma 2. 


SUZANNE LEVINE 


PEGGY MARTIN 


Rainbow Staff 1, 2; Musketeer 1, Literary 


Zeta Rho Sigma 2; Rainbow Staff 2. 


Editor 2; Basketball 1, 2; Literary So- 




ciety 1. 




BETTY J. LEWIS 


B. L. MURRAY 




Rho Chi 1, 2. 


WILLIAM L. MADEN 


CUTHBERT L. McCARTY 


Rho Chi 1, President 2; Triangle Club 1; 


Phi Theta Kappa 2. 


Phi Theta Kappa 2: Class President 2; 




Student Council 2. 




KATHERINE MARRIOTT 


EDGAR L. McDANIEL, Jr. 


Basketball 1; Phi Theta Kappa 2; High 


Literary Society 1: High Honors 1: Ph 


Honors. 


Theta Kappa 2: Psi Phalanx 2. 




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TOP ROW: 


BOTTOM ROW: 


ELOISE NIXON 


JEROME SAUL 


Zeta Rho Sigma 1, Secretary 2; Rainbow 


Psi Phalanx 2; Basketball 1; Phi Theta 


Staff 1. 


Kappa 2; High Honors 1. 


LOUIS F. POWELL 


WILLIAM D. SEIKKERT 


Rho Chi 1: Honor 1; Basketball 1. 




HUGH PUDER 


JAMIE W. SWAIN 


Tennis Team 1. 2: Triangle Club 1. 


Honors 1. 2. 


WILLIAM R. RODGERS 


JULIAN B. TANENBAUM 


Basketball 1. 2. 


Rho Chi 1. 2. 


CHARLES T.RUCKER 


MARY ANN THOMAS 


Psi Phalanx 1, 2. 


Zeta Rho Sigma 1, President 2; Basketball 




1; Musketeer 1. 2; Rainbow Staff 1; Stu- 




dent Council. Secretary 2; Phi Theta 




Kappa. Vice-President 2; Most Versatile 




Girl 2. 




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SOPHOMORES 



ANTHONY H. THOMPSON 



DOUGLAS R. WALTERS 

Rho Chi 1, 2; DeMolay 1, 2. 



FRANKIE WALTON 



Basketball 1, 2; Zeta Rho Sigma 2; Rain- 
bow Staff, Editor-in-Chief 2. 



THERON M. WARR 

Student Council 1, 2. 



ADELLE WARREN 

Rainbow Staff, Associate Editor 2. 



ANN WHATLEY 

Basketball 1, 2; Zeta Rho Sigma 1, Treas- 
urer 2; Class Secretary 2; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Phi Theta Kappa, Treasurer 2; 
Most Popular Girl 2; Valedictorian 2. 



PHILIP WONG 



WILLIAM M. WOODWARD 

Basketball 1. 2; Psi Phalanx 1, President 
2; DeMolay 1; Tennis Team 2. 



EDWARD M. WRIGHT 

DeMolay 1, 2; Psi Phalanx 1, Secretary 2; 
Basketball 1, 2. 




Last Will and Testament 
Class of 1950 



We, June Douglas and Peggy Martin, lieing of sound mind and budy, do 
hereby leave — for Miss Bailie's benefit. 

^\'e. Miriam Siskin and Suzanne Levine. do hereby bequealli to two 
deserving members of the next freshman class of Junior College our iniparal- 
leled ability to wholeheartedly disagree with the class, the texts, the teach- 
ers, the school and each other. 

I. .\ubrey C. Rhodes, do hereby leave to any J. C. A. buy the opportunity 
to shatter my record of 10 years at -X. R. C. and J . C. A . 

]. Ruth Mae Joe. do hereby will and bciiueath my desk in sliortliand class 
to X'irginia Mae Jue so that slie may feel free to draw all the pictures on it 
she wants to. 

I, Warren Blanchard, leave to Oanny \"oss my pet i)igcon, Caroline, and 
one box of birdseed. 

We. Anne Jamison and Joyce Martin, do will and bequeath to any two 
deserving freshmen our Clemson "3's" and hojie they will enjoy them as much 
as we do. 

I, Mary Thomas, will to the next Zeta Rho President the ability to keep 
all the girls in a contiiiuou.- uproar. 

I. .\dellc Warren, will to Caroline McGahee my .soft voice. 

I, .\udrey Bailey, do will ami be(|ueath my ability to sleep through class 
to any energetic freshman. 

I, Dot Henderson, will to Katberine Walters my ability to play a whole 
basketball game, 

I, Libbv Jones, leave to .Martha Cawlcv m\ abilitv to get along with 
Mrs. Hall. 

I, Jack Cooper, will to Miss Bailie my radiant personality in hopes that 
it will <l() some good. I also leave my worldly wealth of 2c to start a fund 
for furthering athletics in J. C. .-\. 

I, Billie Gardner, do will and I e(|ueath to any freshman my car. Betsy. 
Tb.ere is always room for one more. 

I, Jerry Saul, will to any "jolly" linglish History "blighter" my ability 
to read Mr. Huffman's mind (also my old tests). 

We, the three little G's, ((jalh way. Ghitler, and Greenblatt) leave every 
one of our extra inches to any good basketball player in h(>])e that it will not 
go to his head. 

I, Tom Mur|)hy. leave to Jimmy Stewart my ability to sjiend half the day 
cleaning the chewing gum off my false teeth. 

I, Mary .\rnelt. will to Joan Stevenson my ability to make 50 points in 
one basketball game. 

I'lni.l.lSand SL'Z \X\K 



Class Prophecy of the Junior College 
Class of 1950 



TIME: 1975 

PLACE: A SPACE SHIP GOING TO MAES 

"All aboard that's going aboard, we're ready to take off!" — WhishI "Hm, left on 
time. When that pilot starts, he really goes, doesn't he?" said Frankie, settling back in 
her seat. "Yep," drawled James C, "That comes from playing on a Junior College basket- 
ball team. Billy W., remember? When he, Ed, William E.. Jack C. and Jerry got started, 
you just couldn't stop em. Why, they had to disband their professional tesm after they 
beat every other team in the U. S. and a few foreign teams on the side just for fun." "My, 
my," sighed Frankie, "You take me back to my younger days". She was thinking of her 
years on the JCA girls' team. "Speaking of bssketball, I heard that Mary Amett dyed 
her hair and played for the Redheads for a long time. Dot would have too, but she just 
couldn't resist becoming a doctor's wife. Now she, Billie Goldman, Marge Avery, and 
Anne Hayes have formed a JCA alumni bridge club. Mary Ann Lange plays with them 
occasionally, but Bill Jr. and the other little Langes keep her pretty busy." 

"Say." asked Warren, who was going to Mars to establish a chain of drugstores, 
"what ever became of June and Peggy?" "Oh, they have been indispensable aides in the 
JCA library for 25 years," answered B. J. Annis. She was transporting her family and 
an equal amount of degrees to Mars where she was to become a leading psychologist. "I 
didn't realize, until you started reminiscing, just how many of our contemporaries went 
on to become famous people,'' mused Eloise. She and Frankie were traveling to Mars to 
improve the social situation there. "Take Bernard, for instance. His success as a dentist 
prevented him from competing with Ray L. and Jamie for the title of Mr. America, but it 
certainly gave him a wonderful chair-side manner. "He pulls teeth like nobody else.'' 
She smiled, displaying a toothless grin. "I just can't resist him!" Cook chimed in, "Then 
there is Betty Jean Pavlova, prima ballerina of the Ballet Russe, Isaac JoUes, leading 
lawyer of the Augusta Bar Association, and Sonny Einstein, who, by the way, finally mar- 
ried Pat after following her all over Asia. Billy Phinizy, I hear, is the Republican can- 
didate for president. His ability as a debater which was developed in American History, 
coupled with the excellent little essays written for him by Peel, won him that position. 
Karl S. and Miriam certainly have made names for themselves as the leading music and 
drama critics, respectively, in New York. Why, Miriam was even asked to join I'Acade- 
mie Francaise, but the stage called her." 

"With her varied career and experience, she should become the first woman president 
in a few years," said Adelle, who intended to spread the popularity of organ music on 
Mars while James conducted his missionary work. "Of course, she may have trouble 
swinging the women who are supporting Bill Maden. After his long reign as sweetheart 
of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Women, his popularity knows no bounds." 
"Gee," sighed Eloise, "I hope they have the latest Walt Disney comedies on Mars. Joe B. 
just thrills me impersonating Mickey Mouse. I think he does a much better job than those 
old-fashioned CErtoons did. Too bad he and Ronald had to part when the latter joined 
the staff of Johns Hopkins. Did you see the Barter Players when they came to Augtista 
last? Well, Bob Puder really outdid himself as Scaramouche." 

As the ship approached Mars, Warren summed up the reminiscing. "Although Kath- 
arine M. went on to become national president of Phi Beta Kappa and was instrumental 
in the development of the nitrogen bomb, others like Ann W., who became the idol of 
Augusta's third grade students, were content to settle down. Too bad, though, that Rob- 
ert Y. won't give up his position as Augusta's most eligible bachelor and follow the example 
of Morris and Ann." "I hope David meets me at the airport," worried Suzanne, looking 
at her watch. "This business of being a doctor's wife, and running a chain of newspapers 
too, leaves me absolutely no time at all to read!" 

SUZANNE LEVINE 
PHYLLIS RABUN 




J. C. A. 
FRESHMEN 



CLASS OFFICERS 

I'rcsiclent Roliert Baggott 

\"ice-President Thomas Knotts 

Secretary I'arliara Edwards 

Treasurer .. loan diamlicrs 



President 
Robert Baggott 

\'icc-President 
Thomas Knotts 

Secretary 
Barbara Edwards 

Treasurer 
Juan Chambers 

Student Council 
Richard Edwards 
Emory Farr 




ALICE AARONSON 



ROBERT T. ADAMS 



PEGGY ALMAND 




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MILLIE ANTHONY 
JAMES BEATSE 
BERNARD BLACKSTONE 



GEORGE BAIRD 
EDWARD BENNETT 
MARGARET BOWICK 



EMn.E BARINOWSKI 
BETTY BE5SINGER 
WILLLAM J. BRANAN. Jr. 



ROBERT BAGGOTT 
LOUIS BECKUM 
ELISE BLACKWELL 



ROBERT BAKER 
JOHN BENTON 
WILLIAM BRANDON 



J. C. A. 
FRESHMEN 




STEVE BRKrr 




T.KE BROWN 


WILSON BRYAN 


EUGENIA BURCH 




PETK CALAMAS 


MARTHA CAWLEY 


JOAN CHAMBERS 




JANE CLONTZ 


LOUISE D'ANTIGNAC 




WRAYBRINKI.FY 




MARY BROWN 




EDGAR BUSH 




RICHARD CARTER 




LUCY CLAYTOR 




LEONARD COTTS 



J. C. A. 
FRESHMEN 



J. C. A. 
FRESHMEN 



ANNE DASHER 
RICHARD EDWARDS 
IRVIN GHITTER 



W TT.T.TA M E. DREW 
WALTER S. EUBANKS 
CLAUDE GRAYBILL 



WALTER DEVANEY 
MARY D. ELLEDGE 
BURUM GRAMMAR 



WILLIAM E. DYE 
LAURA GAUTHIER 
MARY HARBISON 



BARBARA EDWARDS 
NEILGHINGOLD 
LOIS S. HALE 




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GERALD INE HARRISON 
CHARLES E. IVEY 
DOUGLAS KEMP 



EUGENIA HIERS 
CHARLES JENKINS 
EUZABETH KILPATRICK 



LLOYD HAVIRD 
BETTY JENKINS 

THOMAS KNorrs 



FLOYD HOWARD 
MARY JOE 
PATRICK LAWLESS 



JAMES HOWARD 
VIRGINIA JUE 
REGINALD LEWIS 



J. C. A. 
FRESHMEN 



J. C. A. 
FRkSHMEN 



JAMES P. LOFLIN 




PATRICIA MANGRUM 




GEORGE MATTHEWS 


GLADYS MEIERE 




WILBUR MOYER 




RICHARD S. MYERS 


ANN McCLENDON 


VIVIAN MACUCH 
ROVINA MORRIS 
CAROLINE McGAHEE 


THEODOSIA MACMURPHY 


F.T,T.raV MARTIN 
JACK MURPHY 
PEGGY McNURE 


JAMES F. NORVELL 








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GERALDINE PARDUE 


PAM ANNE PRICE 


GEORGE M. PXJRCKT.T, 




AUBREY RHODES 


MARGIE ROSSIGNOL 


RAYMOND T. RUFO 




ETHEL SOTTH 


JOAN STEVENSON 




LAURA RUTH PALMER 




JACQUELYN PARKS 




PHYLLIS M. RABUN 




WALTER H. ROSE 




JOYCE RUSHTON 




MARY ANN SMITH 

J. C. A. 
FRESHMEN 



J. C. A. 
FRESHMEN 



ROY M. STILL 
CONSTANCE E. TANT 
KATHERINE WALTERS 



GEORGE T. SUMNER 

MARY EUZABETH THOMPSON 

ELIZABETH P. WILCOX 



SYLVIA STOUDEMIRE 
JOSEPH A. TEAGUE 
CLIFFORD WEATHERS 



JOSEPH LECONTE TALLEY 
JOHN DANIEL VOSS 
WAI MING WONG 



EGBERT L. SYMMS 
WILLIAM W. THOMPSON 
RALPH WONG 




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CLASS OFFICERS 

President James Pyle 

Vice-President James O'Daniel 

Secretary Harry Sherman 

Treasurer Thomas Herndon 

President 
James Pyle 

Vice-President 

janu-s O'Daniel 

Secretary 

I larry Sherman 

Treasurer 
Thomas Herndon 

Student Council 
Terry McLean 
Richard Weathers 



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J. W. AMERE.ON— D.C.T. Club 4; Sabre Club 4; Pit. Sgt. 1. 3: Lt. 4; Baseball 3, 4; Honor 
Student 1; Member of Best Drilled Co. and Pit. 3; Asst. Coach C Varsity 3. 

B. C. ANDERSON— B Varsity Football 3, 4; Corp. 3: Pit. Sgt. 4; Best Drilled Co.. Pit. and 
Squad 1. 

DAVID R. ARCHER. 

FRANK B. BABBITT— B Varsity Football 3, 4; B Varsity Basketball 4. 

DON O. BAKER— B Varsity Football 3: Track 1, 2; DeMolay 2: Band Club Vice. Pres., 
Sabre Club; Sgt. 1, 2. 3: Band 2; Lt. 4. 





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SENIORS 



THOMAS MORRIS BALK. 

BOBBY LEE BANKS— D.C.T. Club 3, 4; Cadet Hi-Y 4. 

CLARENCE BARINOWSKI— Swimming Team 1, 2; Squad Sgt. 1, 2, 3; Prize Squad 3; 2nd 
Lt. 4; Varsity Club 1, 2. 

DAVE BARNES— Sgt. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; DeMolay 3, 4; Sec. of Band Club; Band Letter 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN M. BARROW. 

OTIS M. BENSON— Best Drilled Co. 1, 2; Best Drilled Platoon 1; Honor 2, 3; Corp. 1, 3; 
Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Treasurer 4; DeMolay 4. 

WILLIAM BERRY, Jr.— Honor 2; Swimming Team 2; Rifle Team 4; Sgt. 3; Corp. 4; 2nd Lt 
4; Prize Platoon 1, 2; Prize Co. 1, 2 Sabre Club 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 

JAMES BOATWRIGHT— High Honor 1, Honor 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3. 4; Vice Pres. 3: Presi- 
dent 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Sec. 3; DeMolay 2, 3, 4; Master Council 4; Sgt. 1, 3; First Sgt. 4. 

PAUL BOLAND. 

HERMAN BOLTON— DeMolay 3, 4; Almoner 4; Beta Club 4; Merit Bars 3; Honors 1, 2, 
3; Sgt. 3; Corp. 4; Best Co. 1, 2; Best Platoon 1. 




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GARY BOSTICK— Music 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors 1; ffigh Honore 
2, 3; Winner D A R Medal; DeMolay 3. 4: Band Letter 
3,4. 

LOUIS A. BOWICK— Best Drilled Co. 3; Musketeer Staff 4; 
Rainbow 4; DeMolay 4. 



EDWARD L. BOYD. 



N. V. BRADFORD— DeMolay 2, 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 



O. W. BRANTLEY— Cadet Hi Y 2. 3, 4. 5: Vice Pres. 5; 
D.C.T. 3, 5: Musketeer 5; Best Drilled Platoon 1, Best 
Drilled Co. 3: Best Drilled Platoon 3; Squad 3, 4; Lt. 4; 
DeMolay 4; Sabre Club 4. 



W. H. BROADWATER. 



HAROLD W. BURCH. 



JAMES D. BURCH— Beta Club 2, 3; DeMolay Club 2. 3, 4; 
Best Drilled Plat. 1; Best Drilled Co. 1, 3: Corp. 2; 
Honor 1. 2. 



B. D. BURGAMY. 



RUTLEDGE B. CARPENTER— Prize Platoon 1; Tennis 
Team 2; DeMolay Club 2, 3, 4: Military Staff 3; Squad 
Sgt 4; Sgt. 3; Track 4. 



SENIORS 



WEBSTER J. CASON— Honors 1; Class Official 1; Sgt. 2; Prize Platoon 2: Prize Co. 2; Lt. 
3, 4; Sabre Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; Musketeer Staff 4: D.C.T. Club 4. 

H. B. CHAVOUS— Sgt. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. 4; Prize Co. 2; Prize Platoon 2: Squad 2. 

WALTER I. CLIATT— Corp. 5; Prize Platoon 3: Co. winning most parades 3. 

JOEL F. COHEN— 1st. Sgt. 4; Corp. 1, 3; Musketeer Staff 4; B Varsity Football 3; A Varsity 
Basketball 4; Track 4; Best Drilled Platoon 3; Best Drilled Co. 2; Honors 2, 3. 

J. L. COOK. 

LECONTE V. COOPER— Cadet Hi-Y 2: Honor 1, 2, 3: Corp. 3; Best Drilled Co. 2. 

C. M. DEAL. 

EDWARD L. DOUGLAS— Platoon Sgt. 4; D.C.T. Club 4. 

A. BRYAN DuBOSE— DeMolay 3, 4, 5; Musketeer Staff 5. 

RALEIGH D. DYCHES— Honor I; Musketeer Staff 4. 




A. R. C. 



CHAS. C. EBBETS— Cadet Hi-Y 4; Key Club 3; Pres. 3; Lt. Gov. 3, 4; Prize Co. 3; Corp. 3; 
Musketeer Staff 4: Rainbow Staff 4; Honor 1. 

S. HERBERT ELLIOTT— High Honor 1; Honor 2; Richmond HiY 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Vice 
Pres. 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Sec. 4; Sabre Club 4; Pres. 4; Class Vice Pres. 2; Rifle 
Team 2, 3. 4; Team Medal 2; Swimming Team 2: Squad Sgt. 1. 3; Lt. 4; Rainbow 
Staff 4: Gold R Society. 

W. H. EVANS— Sgt, 1; Corp. 2; 1st Lt, 3; Capt. 4; Sabre Club 3, 4; Beta Club 2. 3: Rich- 
mond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3; Vice Pres. 3: Sec. 4; Rifle Team 2, 3; Rifle Team Letter 
2, 3; Rifle Team Medal 2. 3; Sec. Rifle TeamS; Cheer Leader 4; Gold R Society 4; 
High Honor 1; Honor 2; Musketeer Staff 4. 

RICHARD H. FENDER— DeMolay 3, 4- Richmond Hi-Y 4; Sabre Club 4; Honor 1; Football 
Manager 4; Squad Sgt. 1, 2, 3; Platoon Leader 4. 

R. E. FITZGERALD. 

DENNIS P. FOSTER— Academy HiY 2. 3; Cadet Sgt 2, 3; High Honor 1; Best Drilled Co. 
3; Best Drilled Platoon 3. 

H. S. GAULDIN. 

A. GUSSON. 

CALVIN T. GORE— Bootball 2. 3; Rifle Team 4. 

PAUL H. GREER— Cadet Hi Y 3. 4. 5: A Varsity Basketball 4; B Varsity Football 3; Basket- 
ball 2; Prize Co. 2; Honor 2. 




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SENIORS 

WILLIAM H. GRICE— Junior Honor 3. 

RICHARD E. GRIFFIN— Best Drilled Co. 1; Best Drilled 
Platoon 1; Best Drilled Squad 1; Honor 1; Academy Hi-Y 
Sec. 3; Sgt. 3; Sgt. 2; 2nd Lt. 4; Sabre Club 4; Hi-Y Pres. 
4; Hi-Y Treasurer 4. 



EDWIN D. GROOVER— Musketeer Staff 4. 



JAMES D. HARD A WAY— Received Highest Honor 1; First 
Sgt. 3; Academy Hi-Y 1; Received B Varsity Letter; 
First Lt.; Regimental Supply Officer; Sabre Club 4. 

JIMMY C. HARRISON— Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; Swim- 
ming Team 1, 2; Sgt. 1, 2, 3; 1st Lt. 4; Musketeer Staff 
4; Best Drilled Co. 1, 2, 3; Best Drilled Platoon 1, 2; 
Best Drilled Squad. 

JAMES B. HAVRON— Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Swimming 
Team 1, 2; Rifle Team Mgi-. 4; Sgt. 1; Honor 2; Best 
Drilled Co. 1, 2, 3; Best Drilled Platoon 1, 2, 3; Best 
Drilled Squad 2. 



TERRI W. HEATH— Sgt. R.O.T.C. 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 



KENNETH E. HEDRICK— Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Band Club 4; 
Sgt. 3; Lt. 4; Football 3; Track 2; Baseball 3, 4; Sabre 
Club 4. 



O. C. HENSLEY. 

TOMMY HERNDON— Honors 1, 2; Sgt. 2; Prize Platoon 1; 
Lt. 4; Sabre Club 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 3; Sec. 4; 
Student Council 4; Class Vice Pres. 3; Treasurer 4; B 
Varsity Football 3; A Varsity Basketball 3; 4; Gold R 
Society 4. 




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E. B. HICKSON— Baseball 3; First Sgt. 3; A Varsity Foot- 
ball 4: 2nd Lt. 4; Sabre Club 4; D.C.T. 4. 

W. iVI. HILL— Prize Co. 1; Prize Platoon 3; Highest Honor 1; 
High Honor 2; Honor 3; 4; Beta Club 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Treasurer 4; Tennis Team 3; Sgt. 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 



R. A. HOLLAND. 



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ROY. C. HUGHES. 




HUNDLEY. 



ROBERT HUNTLEY— Highest Honor 1, 2. 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 
3, 4: Prize Co. 1; Prize Platoon 1. 



F. J. HURT— Band Pres. 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3; Corp. 2; Sgt and 
Squad Sgt. 3. 



ALBERT W. HUYCK— Beta Club 3, 4; High Honor 1; Honor 
2, 4; B Varsity Football 3; Squad Sgt. 3. 



CHICK" L. JAMES— Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sec. 2; Pres. 3; 
Sabre Club 3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; Pres. Junior Class 3; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Captain 4; Rifle Team 2; Swimming 
Team 2; B Varsity Football 3; A Varsity Football 4. 

LYNWOOD D. JAMES. 



SENIORS 



CHARLES E. JAERETT— Cadet Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Treasurer 3; Sabre Club 4; Swimming 
Team 1, 2; Honor 1; Squad Sgt, 2, 3; Rifle Team 3; Rifle Team Medal 3; 2nd Lt. 4. 

R. E. JESTER— Highest Honor 1; Honors 2, 4; Cpl. 1, 3; Sgt. 2; 2nd Lt. 4: 1st Lt. 4; Best 
Dressed Cadet 2; Best Drilled Co. 2, 3: Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Sabre Club 4: Christian 
Workers Council 4; Rainbow Staff 4: Military Editor 4; Editor Musketeer 4; B Var. 
sity Football 2, 3; A Varsity Football 4; Gold R Society 4; Rifle Team 4; Chaplain 4. 

HERBERT P. JOE. 

ROBERT O. JOHNS— Squad Sgt. 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Prize Squad 2; Prize Platoon 2: Prize Co. 
2; Sabre Club 4. 

C. MACK JOHNSON. 

GEORGE C. JOHNSON. 

J. W. JONES— DeMolay 4: Corp. 4. 

J. J. JONES, Jr.— Squad Sgt. 3, 4; Prize Co. 3. 

GENE KELLY— High Honor 1, 2; Honor 3, 4; Rifle Team'"'2, 3, 4: Beta Club 3. 4: Student 
Council 3: Cadet Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 3: Merit Bar 3; Sgt. 4. 

GEORGE W. KELLY— Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Sgt. at Arms 4: Football A Virsity 3. 4; Letter 
4; Squad Sgt. 4. 




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WAYLAND W. LAMAE— Beta Club 2, 3. 4; Academy Hi Y 2, 3, 4; Pros. 3; High Honors 
1: Honors 2. 3: Sgt. 2,3. 

JOHN LANGLEY— Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Highest Honor 1; Honor 2: Highest Honor 3; High 
Honor 4. 

ROGER LEONARD. 

BEN A. LONG. 

HERBERT W. LORD. 

C. A. LUTES— Richmond HiY 3: Ritle Team 4; Sec. Rifle Team 4; B Varsity Basketball 
3: Highest Honor 1; Honors 2. 3: Sgt. 3, 4: 2nd Lt. 4; Sabre Club 4. 

C. B. MacMURPHY— Band 1. 2,; B Varsity Football 3; A Varsity Football 4; Honors 2, 3; 
Academy Hi Y 4: Sgt. 1, 2. 3. 

TOM W. MARSH— D.C.T. Club 3. 4; Sgt. 4. 

WILUAM T. MAXWELL. 

RICHARD L. MILLER. 



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SENIORS 



WILLIAM M. MITCHELI Honors 1, 2; Sgt. 1, 2; B Varsity 

2; Key Club 3; Sgt. at Arms; Prize Co. 2; Prize Squad 3. 



JAMES E. MITCHELL. 



TONY MULHERIN— Sgt. 1; Corp. 3; Honor 2; Academy Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4; Chaplain 2; Treasurer 3; Pres. 4; Rifle Team 4; 
Swimming Team 1; Prize Co. 1. 



M. F. McDANIEL. 



CARLTON E. McDONALD— Basketball 2, 



E. J. McDonald. 



R. B. McDonald. 



PERRY G. McLEAN, Jr.— Sgt. 2; Lt. 3: Captain 3; Major 4; 
Colonel 4; Sabre Club Treasurer 4; V.F.W. Sabre 3; 
Student Council 4. 



CHARLES NEELANDS. 



CHARLES NELSON— Sgt. 4; Order of DeMoIay. 




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SAMUEL F. NELSON 



JIMMY H. NEWMAN— Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Sgt. 4: Honors 3. 



J. E. O'DANIEI Honor 1; Sgt. 3; Captain 4; Cadet Hi-Y 

2, 3. 4, 5; Pres. 4; Vice Pres. 5: Class Vice Pres. 5; B Var- 
sity Football 3; A Varsity Football 4, 5; B Varsity Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; A Varsity Basketball 3. 4, 5: Student Coun- 
cil 5. 



LYNN L. OGDEN— Band 1, 2; Major 4; Sabre Club 4; Cadet 
Hi-Y 4; Honor 1, 2. 



VERDERY O. OTWELL. 



JAMES C. OWENS— Best Drilled Co. 3. 



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ROBERT I. PADGETT. 



RONALD E. PARRISH. 



JIMMY E. PATRICK— Honor Student 1; Student Council 2; 
Sgt. 2: Staff Sgt. 3; Pres. Key Club 4; D.C.T. Club 4; 
Sgt. 4; Treasurer of D.C.T. Club; Basketball 5. 



B. R. PENNINGTON. 



SENIORS 



JACK L. PHILLIPS— Sgt. 3; Lt. 3, 4; Prize Co. 3; Sabre Club 3, 4,- Captain 4; Msj^r 4: 
Academy Hi-Y Chaplain 4; D.C.T. 4. 

FRANK PILEGGI. 

D. L. PLAYFORD— lytusketeer Staff 4; Prize Co. 1; Prize Platcon 1. 

JAMES F. POLLOCK. 

JIMMY E. POTEET— Musketeer Staff 4; Prize Co. 1; Prize Platoon 1; Priza Co. ?. 

R. H. POWELL— Glee Club 1; Band 1; 1st Lt. 3; 1st Lt. 4; Sabre Club 3, 4; Prize Co. 1. 

RANDOLPH E. PRESCOTT. 

J. E. PYLE— Prize Platoon 1; F.F.A. 1; B Varsity Football: Commissioned Officer 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4, 5; Cadet Hi-Y 4, 5; Pres. 5; Sabre Club 3, 4: Senior Class Pres. 5; Vice- 
Pres. Student Council 5; Baseball 4, 5; A VaiEity Football 5: 2 Merit Bars 4. 

JACK G. REESE— Honor 1st; F.F.A. 1; Sgt. 3, 4. 

JOE E. REYNOLDS. 




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HAROLD E. RIVERS. 

RIGHTON ROBERTSON— Highest Honor 1; Highest Honor 2, 3; Traylor Medal 2; Vale- 
dictorian 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Cadet Hi-Y 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Camera 
Club 2; Vice Pres. 2; Pres. 2; Rainbow Staff 3; Gold R Society 4: Prize Co. 1; Prize 
Platoon 1; Prize Squad 1; Sgt. 4; Merit Bars 2, 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Tennis Team 2, 3. 

JACICIE A. RODGERS— Corp. 1: Sgt. 2; Prize Co. 1. 3: Prize Platoon 1, 2; Prize Squad 1. 

FRANK E. ROLLINS. 

MARION R. ROWE— Beta Club. 1; Sgt. 1. 

GEORGE E. SANDERS. 

T. L. SANDERS— Best Drilled Co. 2; Sgt. 1, 2. 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Sabre Club 4; Richmond Hi Y 
2. 3, 4; Rifle Team 3; Musketeer Staff 4. 

W. R. SCOGGINS— Class Officer 1; Sgt. 4. 

MARVIN H. SEARS— High Honor 1, 3: Honor 2. 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Prize Squad 1; Prize 
Platoon 1; Prize Company 1. 

WALTER C. SEATS— F.F.A. 1. 2, 3: ChrisUan Workers Council 4: Prize Co. 2. 



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GEORGE T. SHEFTALI^High Honor 1; Honors 2, 3; Beta 
Club 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Rifle Team 3, 4; Sgt. 1, 4; Prize 
Co. 1; Class Treasurer 1. 

HARRY C. SHERMAN— High Honor 1, 2, 3; Gold R Society 
4; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Vice Pres 3; 
Pres. 4; Sabre Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; 
Class Vice Pres. 1; Treasurer 3; Secretary 4; Member 
Prize Platoon 1; Member Prize Co. 1; Sgt. 1, 2; Lt. 3; 
Major 4; Leader Prize Platoon 3; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; 
Treasurer 3; Pres. 4; Rifle Team Medal 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team 
Letter 2, 3, 4. 

ROY H. SIMKINS— Honor 1, 2; Student Council 1; Rich- 
mond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Treas. 3: Vice Pres. 3; Pres. 4; Sabre 
Club 4: Chaplain 4; Sgt. 2, 3, 4; Squad Leader Prize 
1; Member Prize Platoon 1; Member Prize Squad 3; 
1st Lt. 4; Track 4; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; 1st 10 Rifle Team 
Medals 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team Letter 2, 3, 4. 

LEWIS S. SIMON— Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Sabre Club 3, 4; De- 
Molay 3, 4; Prize Co. 1, 2; Prize Platoon 1; Honor 1, 3; 
Highest Honor 1, 3; High Honor 2; 2nd Lt. 3; 1st Lt. 
4; Sgt. 1, 2. 



THOMAS C. SIMON— DeMolay 4; Prize Co. 1, 2; Prize 
Platoon 2; Prize Squad 3. 



JAMES W. SMITH. 



MARION S. SMITH— F.F.A. 1, 2, 3; Pres. F.F.A. 3; Christian 
Workers Council 4; Sgt. 3, 4 



WILLIAM L. SMITH. 



CHAS. L. SPENCE— Literary Society 1; Sabre Club 3, 4; 
D.C.T. Club 3: Sgt. 4: Baseball 4; B Varsity Football 1; 
Staff Sgt. 4. 



S. P. STEINBERG— Highest Honor 1: Sgt. 1; Sgt. 2; Highest 
Honor 2; Beta Club; Merit Bar; Cpl. 3; High Honor 3; 
Co. won Sabre for winning most Parades 1; 1st Sgt. 4; 
Lt. 4. 





A. R. C. 



JOHN S. STEVENS. 



PERRY SULUVAN. 



LONNIE B. TEAGITE. 



CHARLES N. THOMAS. 



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OMPSON. 



H. B. TIMMERMAN— Corp. 1; Literary Society 1; B Varsity 
Football 1: Sgt 2: Cadet Hi-Y 2; B Varsity Basketball 2; 
Cadet Hi-Y 3; Mgr. Football Team 4; Sgt. 4; Cadet Hi-Y 
4: Pres. Hi Y 4. 



ROBERT LEE TUDOR— Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Sabre Club 4; First 
Lt. Band 4. 



A. G. VERNON. 



L. B. WALKER— D.C.T. Club 5; Band 2; B Varsity Football 3. 



R. C. WEATHERS— B Varsity Football 3; A Varsity Football 
4. 5; Captain 4; A Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4. 5; All re- 
gional 3. 4; All G.I.A.A. 3. 5; Richmond Hi Y 3; Cadet 
Hi Y 5; Sabre Club 4. 



SENIORS 



DONALD J. WKLCH. 

T. W. WHEATLEY— Band 2, 3, 4, 5. 

JOHNNY E. WHITTLE. 

STEWART L. WIGGINS— Sgt. 2, 3; Lt 4; Golf Team 4; Rainbow Staff 2; Sabre Club 4. 

DAVID B. WILLIAMS— Honor 1, 2. 

JACK WONG— Squad Sgt. 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 5: Band 1, 2, 3. 4, 5: Drum Major 5; Sabre Club 

5; DeMolay 3, 4, 5; Junior Deacon 3; Junior Council 5; Camera Club 5: Vice-Pres. 

5; Class Officer 1; Vice-Pres. 1; Student Council 1; Mixed Chorus 3; Treasurer 3; 

Rainbow Staff 2, 3, 4, 5; Business Manager 4: Editor 5: D.C.T. 5; Band Letter 2. 3, 

4, 5; Band Medal 2, 3, 4, 5; DeMolay Medal 2, 5; Band Club 5; C. Y. C. A. 3, 4, 5. 

ROBERT WOO. 

ERNEST L. WOODWARD. 

WILLIAM C. WREN— Squad Sgt. 3; DeMolay 3; Prize Co. 3; Prize Platoon Leader 4; De- 
Molay 4; Sabre Club 4. 



EDWARD L. YOUNG. 



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Last Will and Testament of Class 

of 1950 



We the class of 1950 hereby bequeath tt) nur fortunate underclassmen 
our possessions, titles and reputations, and hope that someday they, too, will 
be able to put them to as good advantage as we have done. 

1. Richard Weathers again will attempt to leave his title of "Wee Wee" to 
Jack Hall. 

2. Righton Robertson leaves part of his brain to \ath Hayes. 

3. Fred Chance leaves his speed on the gridiron to Richard Barrow. 

4. Jimmy Penn leaves his mooching ability to Chick James. 

5. Jimmy O' Daniel leaves his football ability to Everett Kugler. 

6. Ed Douglas leaves his uniform to Leedham and hopes it will fit. 

7. Jim "Ernie" I'yie leaves his track ability to Angus Wilson. 

8. Jimmy Stewart leaves his hall-way love affair to Lansing "lover boy" Lee. 

9. Howard Tinimerman and Jimmy Pyle leave their office of President and 
Chaplain in the Cadet Hi-V to Jack Hall and W. C. Cook. 

10. Perry McLean leaves his position of colonel to Walter Ford. 

IL Tommy Herndon bequeaths his "way with the women" to Tom Good- 
win. 

12. Tommy Sanders bequeaths his uniform i)ants to Kay W'alle in hope that 
someday he may be able to wear them. 

13. To Ronald (all right, you guys) Hobson, Joel Cohen leaves his basket- 
ball ability. 

14. Ronald Jester leaves his football ability to Charles "fat-boy" Wall. 

15. To Xathaniel Greenblatt, Preston Leonard leaves his ability to get along 
with Mr. .\. L. Williams. 

16. To George Rollins, Billy Evans leaves his "good hair". 

17. Howard Timmcrman leaves to Richard Hi.xon his mathematics ability 
in hopes that he may someday pass Math 22. 

18. I-'rank Babbitt leaves his good looks to Earl Babbitt in hopes that some- 
day he may look as good. 

19. To Joe Reynolds, Wade Saxon leaves his style of saying, "Look out!" 

20. Harry Sherman leaves to Ed Brandon his cute curly hair. 

21. Dink Hensley leaves his pecular laugh to Bob Jump. 

22. I'>uster Pelton leaves his height and back board ability to Prentice Pea- 
body. 

2i. Walter Scott leaves (?) 

W'itnessed by 

Walter Scott 

Written by 

Howard Timmcrman 

Jimmy Pyle 

(May their "soles" rest in peace) 



Class Prophecy 



TIME: 19621/2 

PLACE: Bowery in New York 

As the sun comes up over the buildings, we approach the island of Manhattan. In the 
distance, we hear "The Call of the Dodo Bird", played by Willie Woo and his Wowell 
Wobblers. As we look down the street, we see J. R. Robinson, you remember the prom- 
ising young inventor, well, he was trying to invent a potatoless potato-masher, and was 
overtaken by temptation, poor fellow. Well, look who's with him, "Red" Rowe, the boy 
who came to the Bowery to forget his troubles after his lover, Doris, eloped with "P. H." 
Sherman. Let's listen. 

"What was that boy's name? Golf bags? Paper bags? Naw, that's right, "Money 
Bags." 

"A twenty mile per hour gale blew him away when he was mining for gold in Mex- 
ico." 

"What about William 'Rockfeller' Maxwell, Red?" 

"I actually saw him riding around in a Ford, must not have been his. I saw where 
Gary Bostick finally married Austin Gilliland. It's about time. They have been madly 
in love since the first year of high school. What about Penn and Patrick?" 

"They had to join the French Foreign Legion, poor fellows. Say, Joseph, you re- 
member Dolie Sanders, the guy voted most likely to get hit by a flying saucer? He's 
washing windows for the Empire State Building, the only man in the country who can 
A'ash all of the windows without leaving the ground." 

"Say, did you know that Gene Kelly is making a hand carved tomb stone for "Horse 
Doctor' Billy Philpot because Billy killed his best mule? And, what about 'Voice' Pyle?" 
"He's call boy at the Wad orf- Astoria and Cadet Coonel McLean has been reduced in 
rank — he's merely the captain of the bell hops I" 

"The boy with all the girls at his feet, "Romeo" Boatwright, has married the Queen of 
England, and guess who's trying to take her away from him? Yes, "Huncho" Havron." 

'T know you've heard about the big fight tonight. Morris Scott and Valdee Cooper 
are boxing for the world championship. Red, did you know that Bobby Huntley was try- 
ing to take my sleeping place in the doorway of Henry's Oasis? He always was one step 
behind me." 

"You remember 'Choo Choo' Jester, the boy who kept his football shoes shined? Well, 
he's the Chattanooga shoe shine boy now. I saw old "Web" Cason the other day, and he's 
laughing on Inner Sanctum. Ain't that a scream?" 

"You remember how 'B.O.' Jarrett used to bite his finger nails? Well, he ain't got 
no fingers left. They must have tasted pretty good to him. Nobody has heard from Billy 
Berry or Clarence Barinowski since they tried swimming the English Channel. They 
must have been told that there was a mermaid out there." 

"Well, well, Calvin Gore and Omer Hensley finally made it. They are mechanics on 
Fonty Flock's model midget racers. Do you remember how Herbert Joe used to love to 
bowl? Well, he finally made a profession out of it and is now setting up pins." 

"Clayton Heath has been looking for a good race ever since high school. Well, he 
finally found one. He's racing with the moon. Say, look over there across the street. 
There's Kenneth Davis and Walter Cliatt holding hands. They always were right sweet 
on each other." 

"Guess wh;t, Joseph! I got a letter from my mother-in-law down in Augusta the other 
day and she sa^d that Frank McDaniels is modeling clothes at F. J. Luke's. Guess he has 
about the best job in the South now. Rogers Feese and Jimmy Harrison are selling com 
dogs at the Paramount studios now. I always did think they wou'd go to Hollywood." 
"How about 'Wee Wee" Weathers?" 

"He's coaching the tiddley winks team at old A.R.C. now. He's even got girls on the 
team. 'Nose' Hardaway tried to get a job on television, but he was turned down because 
they would have had to build a new screen, for his nose. My, my. Red, that George 
Sheftall really is successful. You know, he's drawing the holes that Fearless Fosdick 
shoots in people's heads." 

"The last I saw of Charles Adkins. he was asleep on the stage at graduation and some- 
body said he hasn't woke up yet. Yes, 'Chick' James finally made something in football. 
For the past six years, he has been the water boy for the Rockets. I'm mighty proud of 
that boy." 

"You know. I've been wondering about Jimmy Stewart. I don't believe he'll ever pass 
M.S.&T. as long as G. B. V. is down there." 

"They tell me that Joel Cohen took over Wilinsky's Bargain House not long ago. He 
always did wsnt that business." 

"Say, Red, you remember how Dan Hail used to like to travel? Well, he and Tom 
Balk are travelling now. Their motto is, 'Be a bum and see the world.' " 

"I heard that Johnny Jefferson Jones, Jr., is a big time gangster and he runs the Au- 
gusta Hotel as a front. What 'cha think about that?" 
"Well, Red, got to go now. A bys sin ia some time." 

They went their ways down the chill Manhattan canyons, and we'll have to wait un- 
til they get together again for more of the low-down on the A.R.C. Class of 1950. 

Written by Billy Evans and Herbert Elliott 



A. R. C. Juniors 




Adams, Harold F. 
Adams, Richard W. 
Adkins. Charles E. 
Allen. Eugene C. 
Anderson, William A. 
Anderson, Richard L. 
Anderson. Howard T. 
Anderson. Roy A. 
Agerlon, James A. 
Amdt, C. H. 
Babbitt. Earl L. 
Bagby. Carl F. 
Baggott. Eugene A. 
Bailie. William G. 
Balkcum. Richard 
Barrett, Richard F. 
Barrow, Richard L. 
Baxter. Chas. A, 
Bean, F. G, 
Bennett, D. E. 
Bennett. J. B, 
Bell, David B, 
Berry. Donald A. 
Belts. John B. 
Bird. George L. 
Black, Donald N. 
Blackstone, James D. 
Blanchard, O. C. 
Bland, Wallis Cone 
Boltin, H. G. 



Bohler, Kenneth L. 
Boose, Edward W, 
Boyd, Marion E. 
Brackman, Julian H. 
Brandon. Edward W, 
Braun, Kenneth R. 
Broome, Jesse W. 
B- owning, Robert B. 
Broxton, George A. 
Buck, Roderick W. 
Buck, Thomas F. 
Bugg, Joseph R. 
Cadle, Bobby G. 
Cameron. Alan W. 
Cameron, James H. 
Canady. Verroy G. 
Cam, William C. 
Carr, Herschel H. 
Carson, Johnny B. 
Carter. Lawrence M. 
Cawley, Jack K. 
Chance, Fred E. 
Clark. Anson L. 
Chavel, Raymond E. 
Cheeks. Donald E. 
Cheesborough. Frank W. 
Clyde. Thomas E. 
Coats. Theodore R, 
Cobb. Clark H. 
Cochran, Beverly O. 



Cohen, Adrian 
Cole, Robert F. 
Cook. Charles D. 
Cook, Wilbur C. 
Davis, Claude E. 
Davis, Kenneth M. 
Davis, Leon N. 
Deas. A. D. 
Dom, Stanley E. 
Douglass, Edwin L. 
Douglass, Tommy G. 
Drummond, Edward L. 
Dunn, Stanley C, 
Dye, William N. 
Edenfield. Maurice E. 
Eidson, E. T. 
Elliott, Billy L. 
Entwistle, Dan A. 
Eubanks, Bobby G. 
Eubanks, Warren B. 
Fisher, Robert C. 
Fleming, Francis 
Flythe, Starkey S. 
Ford. Donald R. 
Ford. Robert K. 
Forrester, Richard S. 
Fulcher. Bill M. 
Gay. Thurmond K. 
Gibbs. Robert W. 
Gillion. John P. 



Ginn, Robert E. 
Gooiwin, Thomas W. 
Greenblatt, Nathaniel 
Greene, Fred C. 
Grimsley. William A, 
Hair, Paul G. 
Hall, Dan B. 
Hall. Jack E. 
Hancock. James W. 
Hardy. Henry F. 
Harelik, Edward A. 
Harmon, EIroy J. 
Hatcher, James P. 
Hayes, Nath T. 
Heath, Herbert C. 
Hemrick, William T. 
Hensley, James E. 
Hewitt, Charles K. 
Higginbotham, Paul F, 
Higginbotham, Raymond T, 
Hill, Ezekiel T. 
Hitt, Billy W. 
Hitt, Edgar A. 
Hixon. Richard L. 
Hobson, Ronald H. 
Hodges, Jack C. 
Hodges, James C. 



Holden, John W. 
Hood, Oscar J. 
Hooks, Edward 
Home, Robert T. 
Howard, Eugene F. 
Huff, R. G. 
Hughes, D. K. 
Hughes, G. F. 
Huson, G. G. 
Ivey, D. 
Jeffcoat, L. V. 
Joe. W. 
Johnson, J. M. 
Johnson, J. S. 
Jones, A. R. 
Jones, J. G. 
Jordan, B. G. 
Jordan, J. B. 
Jump, R. G. 
Karesh, S. R. 
Kent, L. S. 
Kilpatrick, Z. M. 
King, D. M. 
Kirkland, V. P. 
Kitchens, M. L. 
Lamar, R. B. 
Lanier, H. L. 
Lee, F. L. 
Leedham, R. K. 
Lewis, H. W. 



Lively, A. B. 
Lord William E. 
Mack, Beimie T. 
Marcum, Percy E. 
Maratos, William 
Mathis, Ted H. 
Matthews, W. Eugene 
May, Jack M. 
Mays, Ted C. 
Miller, Winton F. 
Mills, James Henry 
Mixon, John W. 
Moore, Tracy R. 
Moorman, Jimmie H. 
Morris, Walter Lee 
Morris. William S. 
Mowery, Alfred L. 
Murphy, Charles A. 
McCormack, Billy G. 
McGahee. Ollie O. 
Mclntyre, John L. 
McKee, Clare A. 
Neville, Richard G. 
Nix, Harold R. 
Overstreet, William L. 
Pate, Silas Pierce 
Pennington, Alvin J. 
Pettit, Dan M. 
Playford, Robert L. 
Poss, Robert E. 



Powell, Rudolph E. 
Powledge. William F. 
Prince, Louis K. 
Rawls, William D. 
Reeder, Lonnie F. 
Reid, Theo M. 
Rennison, Thomas H. 
Reynolds, Joe E. 
Rhodes, James H. 
Rice, Irvin Fred 
Rieser, Albert 
Riley, Robert S. 
Rinker, Edward W. 
Rollins, Roy G. 
Rosier. Thos. C. 
Rowland. James E. 
Russell. Raymond O. 
Scoggins. James H. 
Seiffert. Douglas P. 
Sharpton, Jay William 
Sheppard, William V. 
Shirey, James H. 
Silbert, Mendel N. 
Simon, Paul S. 
Sims, John C. 
Singletary, James D. 
Siskin, Morley M. 
Sizemore. Patrick E. 
Smith. Bobby E. 
Sparks, John R. 



Spivey, Bernard 
Spivey, Richard R, 
Stanford, Thomas P. 
Stephen, James W. 
Stewart, Joseph B. 
Storey, Lamar C. 
Stowell, Edward H. 
Sturgis, Richard S. 
Tankersley, Albert L. 
Tarpley, Hubert M. 
Terrall, Ravend W. 
Thomas, Jimmy K. 
Thompson, Jimmy R. 
Towner, Msr\'in 
Voss, David V. 
Watkins, Roy E. 
Watkins, WUliam L. 
Wheatley, Chas. P. 
Whittle, Michael H. 
Williams. Lyman O. 
Willis. Joseph T. 
Willis. Russell C. 
Wilson, Angus H. 
Wodward, Bobby E. 
Woodward. Heyward L. 
Wooten, Larry A. 
Young, James W. 
Young. Joe Daniel 







Class Officers 




Pictured above are the Academy and Junior College Class Officers and Members of 
the Student Council — minus a few who were not present when hte picture was taken. 

Reading from left to right. FIRST ROW— Tommy Knotts. JCA Freshman Vice Presi- 
dent: Jimmie O'Daniel. ARC Senior Vice-President: David Chamberlain. ARC Sophomore 
Vice-President: Robert Gillion. ARC Freshman Vice President: Bill Maden, JCA Sopho- 
more President: Bob Baggott, JCA Freshman President: Jimmie Pyle. ARC Senior Presi- 
dent; F. E. Chance. ARC Junior President: Jack Poppell, ARC Sophomore President, and 
Johimy Menger, ARC Freshman President. 

SECOND ROW— Billy Phinizy, JCA Sophomore Treasurer; Joan Chambers, JCA Fresh- 
man Treasurer: Tommy Hemdon. ARC Senior Treasurer; H. B. Dean, ARC Sophomore 
Treasurer: and Paul Rufo, ARC Freshman Treasurer; Ann Whatley, JCA Sophomore Sec- 
retary; Barbara Edwards. JCA Freshman Secretary; Zach Kilpatrick. ARC Junior Secre 
tary; Edward Drake. ARC Sophomore Secretary: Toby Broadwater, ARC Freshman Sec- 
retary. 

THIRD ROW— Mary Ann Thomas. Morris Warr. JCA Sophomore Student Council 
Representatives; Emory Farr. JCA Freshman Student Council Representative; Perr>' Mc 
Lean. ARC Senior Student Council Representative: Nath Hayes. Jack Hall. ARC Junior 
Student Council Representatives: Robert Barnes. Edward Eubanks, ARC Sophomore Stu 
dent Council Representatives; Billy Fair, Jake Howard, ARC Freshman Student Council 
Representatives. 



NOT APPEARING IN PICTXJRE— Richard Edwards. JCA Freshman Student Council 
Representative; Richard Weathers, ARC Senior Student Council Representative; Bob 
Puder, JCA Sophomore Vice-President; Bobby Eubanks, ARC Junior Vice President: 
Harry Sherman, ARC Senior Secretary; R. H. Hobson, ARC Junior Treasurer. 



A.R.C. SOPHOMORES 



Anderson, Harry J. 
Asbell, R. H. 
Ashley, Bobby R. 
Autrey, Norman M. 
Barnes, W. R. 
Bass, W. T. 
Betts, Hugh 
Borup, John K. 
Bridges, Jack L. 
Carpenter, K. B. 
Carter, D. F. 
Cauthen, Hugh T. 
Cawley, Joe W. 
Chamberlain, D. L. 
Charles, Keith W. 
Cholakis, P. C. 
Clark, M. R. 
Couch, K. G. 
Covington, H. H. 
Curry, Richard 
Davis, L. P. 
Davis, M. A. 
Dean, H. B. 
DeChant, J. M. 
Dickenson, Glenn 
Drake, E. L. 



Duncan, J. N. 
Duncan, T. O. 
Durden, T. L. 
Eberhart, Chas. Melton 
Eubanks, W. Ezra 
Eubanks, Edward Charles 
Exum, F. R. 
Danus, Lewis, Jr. 
Geddings, J. G. 
Gibson, Hoot F. 
Hammerness, Jay Curtis 
Hardin, Frank Marion 
Harris, Wm. K. 
Harrell, Vernon R. 
Harrison, Shelton 
Haughee, David A. 
Helmly, Earl Clinton 
Henderson, Marshall C. 
Horn, King Min 
Hoover, Harold Bernard 
Howard, Clarence Godfrey 
Howard, H. Grady 
Hughes, Harold 
Hurt, Amos E. 
Hyman, Ralph Agee 
Jarrell, Chrales Thomas 



Johnson, Freddie H. 
LaSure, Marvin D. 
Lee, Herbert Carl 
Lee, William Marvin 
Lutes, Philip H. 
Maloney, G. Rufus 
Mason, Ralph W. 
Matthews, Frank Robert 
Mills, William H. 
Mims, Lorenzo Talmadge 
Mulherin, William B. 
Murphy, Raymond R. 
McCrary, Larry 
McKellar, Joe 
McKowen, Oscar 
Patterson, James 
Payne, Calvin Lee 
Phillips, Frank R. 
Poppell, Jack 
Putman, Richard W. 
Readdy, Edward E. 
Reed, William E. 
Repka, Morris P. 
Rhodes, Grady C. 
Richards, David B. 
Richardson, James F. 



Reese, Ernest W. 
Rosier, Howard G. 
Savage, Robert H. 
Schneider, Henry B. 
Scott, Timmon E. 
Shepherd, AUen E. 
Sims, Johnny J. 
Smith David P. 
Stewart, Ted C. 
Stone, Crawford S. 
Stone, Hick M. 
Strother. Clarence B. 
Tarver, Leroy J. 
Tiller, Bobby E. 
Tudor, Thomas E. 
Wall, Charles E. 
Walters, Henry P. 
Welch, George E. 
West, Franklin 
Widener, James T. 
Wiley, Jeffrey C. 
Williams, Dan C. 
Wright, Clarence C. 




A. R. C. Freshmen 



3^?s'v ^^....1^-% 




Adams, Bobby Rufus 
Adams. Eugene Jennings 
Adams. James Darvin 
Aenchbaeher. Charles Aubrey 
Akins. James Paul 
Allen. Forrest Adolph 
Anderson. (Billy) William Albert 
Anderson. Charles Davison 
Anderson. Preston Turner 
Arthur. Harrj' Bradley 
Ashe. William Lehman 
Atkins. Hanford Langdon 
Bardin. James Joseph 
Bell. Bill Eugene 
Blackman. Terrel David 
Blackstone. James Otto 
Bogoslawsky, Jerry Melvin 
Boles, Bernard Eugene 
Boiler. William Harbig 
Bonham. Carlton William 
Bowen. Charles 
Brand. William Elliott 
Brinson. Gary Gene 
Broadwater. Robert Benjamin 
Broadwater. Tobias Francis, Jr. 
Brown, Austin L. 
Brown. George Arlen 
Brown, George Max 



Brown, Jackson Harvey 
Brown, John Chester 
Burgess, Robert B. 
Burkhalter, Edward L. 
Byce. Arnold 
Camak. James D. 
Carpenter, James L. 
Cason, Basil E. 
Cato, Lucius B. 
Chambers, Richard C. 
Chancey, Floyd J. 
Chandler, Neal W. 
Chavis, Len 
Cheek, Fred A. 
Clark, Aubrey F. 
Cliett, Ronald R. 
Connor, James I. 
Crouch, Mickey M. 
Crout, Clarence J. Jr. 
Culpepper, Berry C. 
Culpepper, David 
Culpepper, Terry D. 
Davis. Donald I. 
Davis. Payton D. 
Dillman. Raymond R. 
Dozier, Robert D. 
Dunn, William M. 
Duncan, John T. 



Dye, Wayne 
Edgar, James Billy 
Eitner, Herman E. 
Eng, Bert Har\'ey 
Epstein. Julian D. 
Ergle. Joe D. 
Fair, William E. 
Farris, Jimmy W. 
Faulk, Donnic D. 
Fennell. James C. 
Ficken, Carl F. W. 
Fleming, S. S. Sam 
Ford, Jimmy J. 
Ford, Walter H. 
Ford, Willie J. 
Gaskill, Walter E. 
Gay, Don H. 
Gaylas, Raymond A. 
Giles, William D. 
Gillion. Robert E. 
Gilmer. Fred C. 
Gilstrap. Lee Roy 
Godin. H. Jules. Jr. 
Goldberg. Jay B. 
Gore, Frazier W. 
Grayson, William F. 
Greene. Tommie L. 
Gregory. James S. 



Grice, Duane F. 
Grubbs. Willis G. 
Gunn. Lee E. 
Guy. David L. 
Guy. Raymond W. 
Hall. William K. 
Harmon. Clarence E. 
Harmon. James A. 
Harrison, Albert J. 
Henderson. Claude C. 
Hewitt, Jerry A. 
Hitc, Donald B. 
Hobbs, Jerome C. 
Holland. William H. 
HoUiday. Reuben A. 
Howard, Jacob G. 
Hudlow, Conray C. 
Inglett, Wilfred Lee 
Ingram, Louis Marvin 
Inman, Tcddie Don 
Jackson, Ronald Terry 
Jaunsen, Warren Herbert 
Johnson, James Eugene 
Johnson, William M. 
Keefe, Pete Dean 
Kemp, Allen H. 
Kent, John William 



Kerr, William E. 

Key, Hubert T. 

Key, OUie Allen 

Kight, Charles B. 

Lamb, John Wyman 

Lamb, Robert Demiie 

Lass, Charles M. 

LaSure, Danny W. 

Lawton, James L. 

Lee, Joseph David 

Lee, Joseph M. 

Lester, Dan Blakely 

Lever, Frank Talmadge 

Levy, Harvey Louis 

Loo, May Jong 

Loyal, George Edmund 

Malpass, Charlie Tony 

Martin, Russell R. 

Meads, W. A. 

Menger, James Murphy 

Menger, Johnny Virgil 

Miller, Donald Eugene 

Mitchell, Ernest Earl 

Mitchell, Richard Leroy 

Mixon, Thomas E. 

Moody, Edward Franklin, Jr. 

Morrell, Melvin D. 

Morris, James W. 

Morris, Oliver Thomas 



Moseley, Joe Rufus 
Moyer, Dan 
Mull, George Harold 
McCasIan, William Edward 
McDaniel, Robert Lewis 
McDonald, William Thurmond 
McMichael, William Lynne 
McNeese, Carter V. 
Nelson, Joe Bradford 
Newman, Ray Delmere 
Newton, Walter Sydnor 
Norris, Samuel D. 
Orr, Charles Thomas 
Owens, John Richard 
Parrish, Chesley R. 
Peabody, Elbert Prentice 
Phinizy, Stewart, III 
Pirkle, James Joseph 
Pitts, Julian Martin 
Pond, James Alton 
Portwood, Paul Edward 
Pound, Ronald Emmett 
Powell, Freddie Linton 
Powell, Robert F. 
Prather, William S. 
Price, Don A. 
Prickett, John S. 
Rabun, C. Robert 
Raines, James A. 



Ramsbotham, William B. 
Read, William R. 
Ready, Billy Ray 
Reese, James D. 
Reese, Jerry A. 
Riddle, Edward H. 
RUey, Odell Lee 
Roberson, Gary C. 
Roe, Allen D. 
Rosenthal, Stanley H. 
Rowe, R. Allen 
Rowell, Herman Lee 
Rufo, Paul 
Salley, M. Brice 
Sanders, H. Veman 
Sanders, Jamie E. 
Scarborough, Roy 
Sellears, M. M. 
Shead, James E. 
Short, George W. 
Simons, Hugh J. 
Smith, E. Doyle 
Smith, Harold C. 
Sojourner, Nathaniel Walker 
Standridge, Robert L. 
Stanford, Elliott E. 
Stavro, George F. 
Steinberg, Maurice L. 
Still, Richard H. 



Stillman, Herman G. 
Stringer, Ben P. 
Thompson, George R. 
Thompson, W. C. 
Trower, J. E. 
Usry, Thomas C. 
Walker, Carl L. 
Wall, Edward J. 
Walton, Robert E. 
Ward, Darmy P. 
Ware, Fred 
Ware, Oscar 
Watkins, Charles A. 
Weatherford, John R. 
Whatley. William L. 
Whitehead, Hugh P. 
Whittle, Walter C. 
Whitaker, Grady A. 
Williams, Clayton M. 
Willingham, William N. 
Wilson, Henry D. 
Wilson, Robert D. 
Woods, wmie F. 
Woodward, Carl T. 
Yarborough, Charles J. 
Zucker, Michael D. 




Class of 1954 







•^«*W«»..^.; W*. lto«>i<«S*^ 



W 



Adams, Thomas Daniel 
Adams, William Ed 
Agner. Harrj' 
Akins, George 
Alewine,Roy 

Alexander, William Ernest 
Allen, Carey Kenneth 
Allen, Jonny Ray 
Amerson, Allen T. 
Amerson, Edward 
Amerson, Ronald Rogers 
Anderson, Harry King, Jr. 
Anderson, James D. 
Antopolsky, Norman Jules 
Arrington, Charles 
Atwood, Theodore Oertel 
Bailey, Frank Irving 
Bailey, John S., Ill 
Bailie, Anderson Courtney 
Baird, Nolan Dudley 
Baker, Eddie Lee 
Baker, Fay Bernard 
Baker, Willard R. 
Ballard, Durwood Lee 
Baltzagler. Charles 
Barrett, Hardin Davis 
Barrs, John 
Barton. William F. 
Beasley, Charles Wm. 



Beasley, Dan James 
Bell, Donald 
Bell, Marion Haye 
Bennett, John Franklin 
Bennett, Joseph Richard 
Best, Eugene Delano 
Bishop. James Thomas 
Black, Carlton 
Blaekwell, Verdy Delano 
Blalock, Charles Allen 
Bourne, Lester L. 
Bowman. Jennings Bryan. Jr. 
Bowman. Otis, Jr. 
Boysworth. Bobby E. 
Brack, Gordon Mial 
Brigham. William 
Brinson, John Farmer 
Brown, Grover James 
Brown, Gerald 
Brown, Lesley Floyd 
Blown, Richard Tracy 
Brunkhurst, William Lee 
Bryant, Robert Frank 
Bunch, Bobby 
Burton, Thomas Levi 
Bush, Donald 
Byrd, Charles Frederick 
Cannady, William J. 
Cavadel, Gene Christopher 



Carroll, Richard A, 
Cartledge. Pierce L. 
Cary, Bruce R. 
Cato. Dewey S. 
Chambers, Winthrop O. 
Chavous, Emory M. 
Cheong. Benson 
Cliett. Atticus B. 
Cliett. William D. 
Cole. Robert H. 
Collins. Jimmie M. 
Cook, James R. 
Cooler, Joseph W. 
Corley, Edward A. 
Cosnahan, John T. 
Cozart. Zenus Eddie 
Crawford, Richard R. 
Crawford Tommy N. 
Crockett, Paul T, 
Croft, Joseph Bryan 
Crowe, Edward L, 
Davidson, Bobby C. 
Dicks, Joseph L. 
Doolittle, Edward S. 
Doolittle, Jackie R. 
Dozier, Harold P. 
Dukes. Joseph S. 
Duncan, Robert B. 
Durham, Derrick E. 



English. Darland E. 
English Lewis M. 
Estroff, Malcolm C. 
Eubanks, Noland 
Faglier, Richard W. 
Fallaw, Fred K. 
Fanning, Hylam 
Felton, Joe B. 
Ferrell, Charles J. 
Fields, William H. 
Finley. James P. 
Freeman, James H. 
Fulcher, Bennie Roy 
Fulcher, Sim Bell 
Gauldin. Gary H. 
Gay, Jack H. 
Gentry, James E. 
Gibbs, Donald K. 
Gibson, Peter F. 
Gibson, Walter E. 
Gibson, William D. 
Guillebeau, Gene 
Gladin, Ras Erbie, Jr. 
Glaze, James Andrew 
Glisson, Gene Arnold 
Gomillion, Ernest L. 
Goodwin. William T. 
Grice, Richard Charles 
Griffin, Gene Ray 



Griffin, Norman Walter 
Grover. Hugh Fisher 
Halcame. David 
Hall, Raymond Eugene 
Hambrick, Charles 
Hand, Charles Robert 
Harper, Walker Robert 
Harris, Roy Vincent 
Harrison, Dessey L. 
Hart, Bobby Lester 
Henderson, James Lewis 
Henderson, George Sancken 
Henderson, Glenn Robert 
Henderson. William Price 
Hewett, Creston Rodney 
Hilliard, Rufus Eugene 
Hillman, Preston Barlow 
Holden, James R. 
Holland, Oliver Pierce 
Hort, John Henry 
Howard, Frank O. 
Howard, Glenn Hill 
Howard, Walter, Jr. 
Howell, Charles D. 
Howell, Edward 
Huffman, Jackie Wise 
Hughes, Robert E. 
Inman, Andrew J. 
Jackson, George Allen 



Jackson, Robert Lee 
James, Lawton L. 
James, Weldon W. 
Jeffcoat, James C. 
Jenkins, Charles M. 
Jennings. John Carmen 
Jennings, Richard W. 
Johnson, Billups Phinizy 
Johnson, Gene Fletcher 
Johnson, Hiram Gary 
Johnson. Thomas Dan 
Jones, Arthur Wesley. Jr. 
Jones, Lawrence E. 
Joyner. Robert SUton 
Judy Richard 
Jue, Paul Richard 
Kelly, Albert Sherwood 
Kelley, Sherrill B. 
Key, Claude Lee 
Key, Neal Lackman 
Kight, Jimmie Owen 
Kiker, George 
King, Aaron Langley 
King, Charles Eugene 
Kirkland, Gerald 
Kirkland, Herbert Eugene 
Kitchens, Robert L. 
Kirkendole, Frank Thomas 
Koss, Charles Hhenry 
LamJtin, William, Fleming 
Law. Robert Edwin 
Law, William Fleming 
Lanier, Frank Thurmond 
Laughlin, Richard Gene 
Leopard, William Harry 



Logan, James Milton 
Loggins, Elbert Carl 
Loo, Sing Yet, Jr. 
Love, Oscar Jethro 
Lowe, Jerry Thomas 
Maddox, Earl Sanford 



Maddox, William EdwarcPamell, Stanley 
Malcolm, Lloyd Harold Paolozzi, Thomas F. 
Mallett, Jimmy Pickett 

Malone, William T. Patterson, Frank E. 

Martin, Harold Vincent Pearson, William L. 
Matthews, Marion Bruce Pennington, Virgil E, 
Meeks, Roy Lathrope Perdue, James 
Melton, William Claude Palmer, Donald W. 
Merry, Kenneth Holmes Peters, William 
Meyer, Harry Milton 
Miles, Billy Floyd 



Roe, Donald Gordon 
Rooks, Edgar James 
Rose, Francis Lewis 
Roxuitree. Jack Wade 
Sanders, Richard 
Satcher, Earnest B. 
Schmidt, Berry Hyden 
Seymour, Fred 
Partridge, Wm. Kenneth Shapiro, Norman I. 
Sharp, Thomas 
Shelton, Lloyd Cranston 



Nimmons, Morris W. 
Odom, L. Harry 
Ollerich, James E. 
Grander, Donald D. 
Overcash, Clinton S. 
Oxner, William R. 



Shields, Billy Hilton 
Shutters, Robert Ronell 
Silver, Herbert Berlin 
Simkins, George B. 



Miller, Dessie Ford 
Mills, Glenn William 
Mims, Henry Abert 
Mims. Harold Clifton 



Pittman, Larry DuReese Simmons, William H. 
Playford, George Alan Sims, Bobby Frank 
Plunkett, Eugene M. 
Potter, John William 
Powell, Doyle L. 
Price, Kenneth Eugene 



Minnick, James Herbert Price. Wiley Lester 

Morgan, Guy Puckett, Frank C. 

Mulherin, Robert M, 

Murphy, Thomas A. 

Murphy, James W. 

Murphy, Ben Thos. 

McCoy Everland Albert Reese, Charles 



McDonald, Eugene T. 
McElmurray. Ben S. 
McKettrick, William L. 
McMillan, James L. 
Napier, Frank B. 
Neal, Donsld C. 
Newman, Arnold 



Sizemore, Clarence Preston 
Sleister, James deVaughan 
Smith. Gerald E. 
Smith, Jackie Harold 
Smith, Robert Fulton 
Smith, William Edgar, Jr. 
Queen, Frank ThurmondSpearman, Charles Frank 
Raines, Alvin Ellsworth Spears, Robert 
Readdy, Charles Spivey, Carl Timmons 

Readdy, Julian Thomas Stanford, R. G. 

Stelling, Clay McPherson 
Stewart. Roy Wright 
Stone, Johnny 
Stor>', Thomas Eifford 



Reese, James B. 
Reese, John Ralph 
Regopolos, Arthur 



Reynolds, William Frank Stringfield, David P. 
Richards, Donald Swancy. George Walton 

Richardson, William Swancy, William Roy 

Risteen, Hardy Allen Swanson, Austin 



Swords, Ralph Edward 
Teasley, Bobby Oscar 
Thompson, Charles Alexander 
Thompson, DeVaughn Joseph 
Thompson, Jim 
Tice, Gerald W. 
Tompkins, Ben Jones 
Tompkins, Walter Lewis 
Trapnell. Joseph Br\'son 
Turner, Bobby James 
Waddey, Marion 
Walker, Oliott B. 
Walker, James Owen 

Walker, Jimmy Deas 

Walle, Raymond 

Weathers, Paul Lee 

Wells, Butler Theodore 

West, William Roscoe 

Widener, Jack Kiah 

Widgeon, Wallace H. 

Wiihelm, William Albert 

Wilson, Millard Joseph 

Winningham, Robert 

Witcher, Marion Eklgar 

Wong, Edward 

Woo, Edward 

Woo. Howard 

Woo, William McKinley 

Wortham. Thomas W. 

Wright, James Haston 

Wright, Ronald P. 

Wynn, Augustus Lee 

Youngblood, Charles Wayne 




Military Personnel 






MAJOR VIVIAN 



CAPTAIN PIERCE 



GEORGE B. VIVIAN, MAJOR, CAVALRY, PMSSiT 

Virginia Military Institute 1939, B.S. 

Overseas Service, China-Burma-India Theater. 

Bronze Star, Special Breast Order of Yun Hui (China). 

Army Commendation Medal. 



WILLIAM B. PIERCE, CAPTAIN, INFANTRY, ASST. 

PMS&T 

North Texas State Teachers College 1936. 

Overseas Service, France and Central Europe. 

Silver Star, Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal. 



FIRST SERGEANT JOHN P. HEUSER FIRST SERGEANT 

MASTER SERGEANT PAUL W. DENNIS INSTRUCTOR 

MASTER SERGEANT CURTISS E. MARTIN ADMINISTRATIVE NCO 

MASTER SERGEANT FORREST L. MOONEY ASS'T. INSTRUCTOR 

SERGEANT FIRST CLASS WALTER EDGE ASS'T. INSTRUCTOR 




MARTIN 



HEUSEFT 



MOONEY 



DENNIS 



EDGE 



Regimental 




Statf 



McLEAN 



MISS HARDIN 





PHILLIPS 



MISSANSTED 



SHERMAN 



MISS WEIGLE 




HARDAWAY 



MISS USRY 



OGDEN 



MISS CARMICHAEL 






Staff 



COLONEL P. G. McLEAN 
MISS DOT HARDIN, SPONSOR 

MAJOR J. L. PHILLIPS 

MISS MARCIA ANSTED. SPONSOR 

MAJOR H. S. SHERMAN 

MISS PATRICIA WEIGLE. SPONSOR 

MAJOR L. L. OGDEN 

MISS ANN CARMICHAEL. SPONSOR 

1st LT. J. D. HARDAWAY 
MISS WREN USRY, SPONSOR 



Company 

CAPTAIN G. W. THOMAS 

MISS NELL TAYLOR 
SPONSOR 

1st LT. T. H. MATHIS 

2nd LT. R. O. JOHNS 

2nd LT. W. L. WREN 

2nd LT. E. G. HICKSON 




JOHNS 




WREN 



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1ST PLATOON 




2ND PLATOON 




HICKSON 



3RD PLATOON 



"A" 



Company 

CAPTAIN J. E. WHITTLE 

MISS PATSY BLANCHARD, 
SPONSOR 

1st LT. E. J. McDonald 

2nd LT. W. A. CASON 
2nd LT. B. H. BURGAMY 



BURGAMY 





WHITTLE 



MISS BLANCHARD 



McDonald 



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1 
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1ST PL.-^TOOX 




2ND PLATOON 




3RD PLATOON 




JAMES 



MISS BASSFORD 



RIESER 




1ST PLATOON 




L'N'D PLATOON 




"B" 



Company 

FIRST LIEUTENANT C. L. 
JAMES 

MISS BEVERLY BASSFORD, 
SPONSOR 

1st LT. A. RIESER 

2nd LT. C. E. JARRETT 

2nd LT. R. C. WILLIS 

2nd LT. R. H. FENDER 



D 



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JARRETT 




WILLIS 




3RD PLATOON 



FENDER 




EVANS 



JVnSS SIBLEY 



ELLIOTT 




1ST PLATOON 




"C 



55 



Company 

CAPTAIN W. H. EVANS 

MISS KITTY SIBLEY, 
SPONSOR 

1st LT. S. H. ELUOTT 

2nd LT. W. M. BERRY 

2ncl LT. C. T. BARINOWSKI 

2nd LT. W. T. BAILIE 




BERRY 




BARINOWSKI 




3RD PLATOON 



BAIUE 



R.O.T.C. BATTAI-ION FORMATIONS 




HEADQUAKTKKS CdMPAXY 






)MPANY 




C COMPANY 



Ninth Grade Battalion 




BATTALION STAFF 





FIRST LIEUTENANT R. H. MISS FLORRIE FLEMING, 

HOBSON SPONSOR 



FIRST LIEUTENANT R. E. 
JESTER 



MISS DORIS ANN LEWIS. 
SPONSOR 




"E" Company 

FIRST LIEUTENANT H. F. GIBSON 
MISS ANNETTE BANKS, SPONSOR 
2nd LT. J. E. JOHNSON 
2nd LT. R. E. WATKINS 



GIBSON 



MISS BANKS 




1ST PL.\TOON 




2ND PLATOON 



"F" Company 

FIRST LIEUTENANT THOMAS H. HERNDON 
MISS CAROLYN HADDEN. SPONSOR 
2ND LT. THOMAS L. SANDERS 




HEHKDO.X 



MISS HADDEN 




SANDERS 



1ST PLATOON 




2ND PLATOON 





"G" Company 

FIRST LIEUTENANT LEWIS S. SIMON 
MISS MARY MARTIN, SPONSOR 
2ND LT. STANLEY P. STEINBERG 
2ND LT. THOMAS W. HEMRICK 



SIMON 



MISS MARTIN 




1ST PLATOON 




2ND PLATOON 



NINTH GRADE BATTALION FORMATIONS 




"E" COMPANY 




"G" COMPANY 



EIGHTH GRADE BATTALION 




BATTAUON STAFF 



CAPTAIN CHARLES L. SPENCE 
MISS FRANCES AMICK, SPONSOR 



FIRST LIEUTENANT RONALD E. JESTER 
MISS DORIS ANN LEWIS. SPONSOR 





H 



SPENCE 



MISS AMICK 



JESTER 



MISS LEWIS 



"I" Company 

FIRST LIEUTENANT LEROY H. SIMKINS 
MISS JOANNE HARBIN, SPONSOR 
2ND LT. CHARLES N. THOMAS 
2ND LT. RICHARD E. GRIFFIN 





SIMKINS 



MISS HARBIN 




1ST PLATOON 




2ND PLATOON 




"K" Company 

SECOND LIEUTENANT JAMES C. HARRISON 
MISS AUSTIN GILLILAND, SPONSOR 
2ND LT. JAMES W. AMERSON 
2ND LT. LARRY L. WOOTEN 



HARRISON 



MISS GILLILAND 




1ST PLATOON 



AMERSON 




2ND PLATOON 



"V Company 

FIRST LIEUTENANT MARVIN E. TOWNER 
MISS BETTY JEAN MATTHEWS, SPONSOR 
2ND LT. R. TRAVIS HIGGINBOTHAM 
2ND LT. WILLIAM S. MORRIS 




TOWNER 



MISS MATTHEWS 




2ND PLATOON 




"M" Company 

FIRST UEUTENANT ARTHUR A. TUTEN 
MISS MARY ARNETTE. SPONSOR 
2ND LT. WOODROW W. GAY 
2ND LT. CHRISTOPHER T. LUTES 



GAY 



^nSS ARNETTE 




1ST PLATOON 




2ND PLATOON 



EIGHTH GRADE BATTALION FORMATIONS 




COMPANY M 



The Band 

CAPTAIN JACK WONG 

MISS FLORENCE WONG. SPONSOR 

1ST LT. RICHARD TUDOR 

1ST LT. KENNETH HEDRICK 

2ND LT. DONALD BAKER 

2ND LT. ROBERT WOO 




WONG 



MISS WONG 




TUDOR 



HEDRICK 



BAKER 



WOO 




ROTC BAND 



The Band Club 




PRESIDENT— JACK WONG 
VICE-PRESIDENT— DON BAKER 
SECRETARY— CARL CARN 



FACULTY ADVISER— T. L. BAMFORD 
TREASURER— KENNETH HEDRICK 
CHAPL.\IN— DAVID BARNES 




FRESHMAN BAND 



Sabre Club 




McLEAN. P. G. 
OGDEN. L. L. 
PHILLIPS, J. L. 
SHERMAN. H. S. 
EVANS. W. H. 
SPENCE. C. L. 
THOMAS. G. W. 
WHITTLE, J. E. 
WONG J. 
ELUOTT, S. H. 
GIBSON, H. F. 
HARDAWAY, J. D, 
HEDRICK. K. E. 
HERNDON, T. H. 
HOBSON, R. H. 
JAMES, C. L. 
JESTER, R. E, 
MATHIS. T. H. 
RIESER, A. 
SIMKINS, L. H, 
SIMON, L. S. 
TUDOR, R. E. 
BAKER, D. 
BAILIE, W. T, 
FENDER, R. H. 
GRIFFIN, R. E. 
HARRISON. J. C. 
HICKSON, E. G. 
HIGGINBOTHAM, 
JARRETT, C. E. 
JOHNS, R. O. 
MORRIS, W. S. 
ROWLAND, J. E. 
SANDERS, T. L. 
THOMAS, C. N. 
WOO, R. 



R. T. 



COLONEL 
MAJOR 
MAJOR 
MAJOR 
CAPTAIN 
CAPTAIN 
CAPTAIN 
CAPTAIN 
CAPTAIN 

FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
riRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
FIRST LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND UEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 
SECOND LIEUTENANT 




MAJOR VIVIAN 
ADVISOR 



CAPTAIN PIERCE 
COADVISOR 



CLUB OFFICERS 



S, HERBERT ELLIOTT 
CHARLES L. JAMES 
HARRY S. SHERMAN 
PERRY G. McLEAN 
LEROY H. SIMKINS 



PRESIDENT 

VICE PRESIDENT 

SECRETARY 

TREASURER 

CHAPLAIN 



Rifle Team 




HARRY SHERMAN PRESIDENT 

BOBBY BETTS TEAM CAPTAIN 

CHRIS LUTES SECRETARY 

GENE KELLY TREASURER 

RONALD JESTER _ CHAPLAIN 

ROY SIMKINS 
BILL CHEESBOROUGH 
HERBERT ELLIOTT 
KEITH PRINCE 
LYMAN WILLIAMS 
WILLIAM BERRY 
GRADY HOWARD 
ROBERT BROWNING 
ROBERT PLAYFORD 
GEORGE SHEFTALL 
BILL MORRIS 
DON IVEY 
TONY MULHERIN 
JIMMY HAVRON* 

•MANAGER 




F 

SGT. EDGE. COACH 



The Sheridan Sabre 




The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre is an award made annually by the Reserve 
Officers Association to the Cadet Officer of the ROTC Unit who is judged to be the best 
soldier. The sabre is awarded in memory of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, honor graduate 
of the Academy who lost his life in the football uniform of West Point. 

In order for a cadet to win this award, he must not only be an outstanding officer but 
also a capable and versatile student. Although there are no rigid requirements, custom 
has been established that the recipient of this award be a conscientious student, a profici- 
ent athlete, and a leader in class activities. The most conspicuous similarity of the boys 
who have won this award is their character. Without exception these students have been 
first and foremost gentlemen. Thus the Sheridan Sabre has come to be the most coveted 
award that any Academy student can receive. 



AWARD FOR 1949 — MAJOR HERMAN J. OELLERICH. 



THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS SABRE 

This sabre is awarded to the member of the Junior Class who distinguishes himself as 
a leader on the drill field as well as an able student in MS&T. The award is made an- 
nually by the Post No. 3200 Veterans of Foreign W^rs. 

AWARD FOR 1949 — CAPTAIN PERRY G. McLEAN. 




THE AMERICAN LEGION SABRE 

The American Legion Sabre is awarded each year to the commander of the company 
that has won the most parades during the school year. The Sabre is given by Post No. 63, 
American Legion. 

AWARD FOR 1949 — CAPTAIN WALTER J. PENLAND. Commanding Company "G" 




OUTiTANDING MEMBER OF THE BAND. CAPTAIN R. M. BENSON 

Awards at Prize Drill 1949 

BEST DRILLED ROTC COMPANY WON BY COMPANY "E' COMMANDED BY CAP 
TAIN L. N. SUDDATH. 

BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN COMPANY WON BY COMPANY "K" COMMANDED BY 
FIRST LIEUTENANT E. H. CAWLEY. 

BEST DRILLED ROTC PLATOON WON BY 1st PLATOON COMPANY "G" COMMAND- 
ED BY 1st. LT. H. R. HAIR. 

BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN PLATOON WON BY 2nd PLATOON COMPANY "L" COM- 
MANDED BY 2nd. LT. H. C. SHERMAN. 

BEST DRILLED ROTC SQUAD WON BY 1st SQD. 2nd PLAT. CO. "B " COMMANDED 
BY SGT. C. T. BARINOWSKI. 

BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN SQUAD WON BY 2nd SQD. 2nd PLAT. CO. "K" COM- 
MANDED BY SGT. D. B. HITE. 

BEST DRILLED INDIVIDUAL. R.O.T.C— SGT. C. N. THOMAS. 

BEST DRILLED INDIVIDUAL FRESHMAN— CADET K. W. CHARLES. 



NEATEST CADET 
SGT. C. N. THOMAS 

COHEN MEDAL 

1st SGT. D. E. KEMP 

LEVY MEDAL 
SGT. C. N. THOMAS 

OUTSTANDING MEMBER OF THE BAND 
CAPT. R. M. BENSON 



GEN. LEONARD WOOD MEDAL 
CADET HERBERT E. BRYANT 

C. W. TULLY TROPHY 
1st. LT. R. W. MILLER 

J. BLAND SCRUGGS MEMORIAL SABRE 
MAJ. HERMAN J. OELLERICH 

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS SABRE 
::APT. PERRY G. McLEAN 



RICHARD B. SHERIDAN MEMORIAL SABRE AMERICAN LEGION SABRE 
MAJ. HERMAN J. OELLERICH ^APT. WALTER J. PENLAND 



ATHLETICS 




FOOTBALL 





I 



/ 





/ 



A 



ROY E. ROLLINS 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH 




FRANK E. INMAN 

BASKETBALL COACH 

ASST. FOOTBALL COACH 



I 




UVNGSTON BOLTON 

BVARSITY FOOTBALL COACH 

TRACK COACH 



A. L. WILLIAMS 

BASKETBALL 

BASEBALL 



C. E. BEARDEN 
FOOTBALL 




CHANCE 
CO-CAPTAIN 





tbmfmintwKtTi'jt-^^ij^-^tL- ^ . 



CAPTAIN JIMMY O'DANIEL 



FEESE 



A. R. C. 
A. R. C. 
A. R. C. 6 
A. R. C. 12 
A. R. C. 
A. R. C. 7 
A. R. C. 14 
A. R. C. 7 
A. R. C. 
A. R. C. 28 



P. C. FRESHMEN 26 

GLYNN ACADEMY 40 

BASS HIGH 

JORDAN HIGH 13 

BENEDICTINE 22 

LANIER HIGH 26 

SMITH HIGH 33 

SAVANNAH HIGH 25 

COMMERCIAL HI 12 

BOYS' CATHOLIC 




LANIER 




V 



^ 




GUSSON 




JAMES C. 



EIDSON 



PYLE 



FOUCHE 



PENN 




1949 FOO'I BALL 



Richmond opened the '49 football season on Sept 16, against the strong P. C. Freshmen. Despite the fact that 
all the cadets put in their best playing, P. C. walked away with an easy 26-0 victory. 

The following week the cadets journeyed to Brunswick only to be turned back by a score of 40 0, by the G. I. A. 
A. champs, Glynn Academy. 

The next week, Richmond played host to Bass High of Atlanta. Early in the third period Bilbo Chance heav- 
ed a long pass to Jimmy Penn, who hauled it in to set up a possible touchdown. Continuous passing and good running 
brought the ball to the 3-yard stripe, where Chick James carried it over for the only score in the ball game. The final 
score: Richmond 6, Bass 0. 

For the next game the Cadets lost a heartbreaker to Jordan High of Columbus. Richmond scored first when 
Linwood James carried the ball around his own left end for 12 yards, and a touchdown. The extra point was no good. 
Then in the last minutes of the first half Jordan scored, but failed to connect for the extra point, and at the half the 
score was knotted at 6^6. Richmond opened up for a sustained drive of 86 yeards, with Bilbo Chance carrying the 
ball the last nine yards for the score. Chance's pass to Penn was incomplete and Jordan, scoring in the third quarter 
and making the extra point, topped the Cadets 13-12. 

The next week Richmond traveled to Savannah to meet the Benedictine Cadets, who took over in the first half 
and racked up 22 points to down Richmond 22-0. 

On Oct. 28. the Lanier Poets came to Augusta to show their superiority over the Cadets by scoring a 26-7 vic- 
tory. The only Richmond score was in the third period when Chick James carried the ball over from the 2-yard line. 



« 




BRANDON 



\ 

VfAhL MA(;MLI:PHY 







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RAGSDALE, EVANS, HUGULEY, BAGGOTT, AMICK 



¥■'■y.'^■^>,rsJ<i^^A^^:i:i 



The following week Richmond took to the road again to meet Smith High of Atlsnta. This game was dedicated 
to "Wee Wee" Weathers, who received a broken leg after the Glynn game. Richmond fumbled three times during the 
first half. Two of these fumbles cost them touchdowns and at the half. Smith led by a score of 19-0. Richmond scar- 
ed twice in the third quarter, once when Preston Leonard went over from the eleven yard line, and again when Eddie 
Eidson recovered a fumble and Rodgers Feese broke off tackie in the first play for a 50 yard tally. Chance kicked both 
extra points, but the game ended with Smith out front 33-14. 

The next week end, the Richmond squad was outscored 25-7 by the strong Savannah High team. The only score 
for Richmond came in the third quarter when Hoover Lanier broke into the clear and carried the ball for 75 yards lo 
pay dirt. 

On the Friday before Thanksgiving, Richmond fell to defeat once more when they met Commercial High of Sav- 
annah. Ludy Glisson returned to the line-up after breaking his arm before the season began, but. despite the good play 
ing of the Richmond squad, they were downed by 12-0. 

On Turkey Day. Richmond upheld the tradition of beating the Shamrocks of Catholic High by a score of 28-0. 
Richmond's first score came in the second period on a long pass from Chance to Lanier. In the third quarter Richmond 
took over the game with Ed Parrish going over from the three yard line. Lanier scored his second T.D. of the day. 
and Rodgers Feese broke off for a 35 yard score. Bilbo Chance kicked four out of four extra points. Linwood James 
and Bobby Eubanks were standouts on defense for the Academy. 




JAMES. L. 



NEELANDS 



VERNON 



PARRISH 



SUMNER 



SCOTT 





A. R. C. ''B" Varsitv Football Scores 



"Bee's" 



SAXON 



6 
6 
27 
45 
28 
49 
28 
21 
49 



SWAINSBORO 
STATESBORO 
GREENWOOD 
CARLISLE "B" 



33 

47 

12 





JEFFERSON ATHLETIC CLUB OF SAV. 
BENEDICTINE "B" 

SAVANNAH "B" 

LANGLEY BATH • CLEARWATER 14 

GREENWOOD "B ' 




HAYES 




LEONARD 



/^"S 



^ "^ 



1 -'V'' ■ ^ 



BRACKM.^N 





^ 



2^/.. 




A - VARSITY 

First Row — Leonard, Barrow, Menger, Eidson, Brackman, Kilpatrick, Fulcher, Rowland. 
Second Row — C. James, Hayes, Jester, Atkins, L. James, Pyle, Reynolds, Fouche, Lanier, 

Saxon. 
Third Row — Penn, Weathers, Feese, O'Daniel, Scott, MacMurphy, Wall, Vernon. Chance. 
Fourth Row — Hickson, Bridges, Sumner, Eubanks, Kugler, Kelly, Hobson, Brandon. 




B - VARSITY 

First Row — Short, Stowell, Johnson, Hall, Dozier. Cook, Hodges. 

Second Row — Seiffert, Miller. Howard, Babbitt, F.. Rufo, Scarborough, Dye, Brackman, 

Bass. 
Third Row— Brown, Payne, Schneider, Hitt, Walker, Babbitt, E.. Lamb, Lee. Steinberg. 
Fourth Ro%v — Haughee. Kerr, Riley, Henderson. Cheek, Cochran, Rowland. 



A. R. C. Basketball 




A • VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 
First Row — Herndon. Douglas, Weathers. Moody, Cohen. 
Second Row— Eubanks, Hall, Stowell, Babbitt, Gilstrap, Watkins. 
Third Row— Hooks, Kerr, O'Daniel, Pelton, Peabody. 





MOND 


25 


ALUMNI 


23 


" 


30 


SAVANNAH 


37 


" 


45 


LANIER 


59 


" 


31 


COLUMBIA 


41 


" 


34 


PARKER 


49 


II 


39 


LANIER 


45 


» 


47 


GLYNN 


37 


" 


34 


B. C. H. S. 


33 


»i 


48 


GREENWOOD 


40 


n 


20 


BENEDICTINE 


37 


" 


39 


COMMERCIAL 


44 


w 


29 


PARKER 


51 


II 


44 


GREENWOOD 


41 


It 


38 


COLUMBIA 


43 


" 


31 


B. C. H. S. 


33 


If 


50 


COMMERCIAL 


47 


" 


31 


BENEDICTINE 


48 


» 


35 


SAVANNAH 


67 


II 


50 


GLYNN 


54 



REGION 2AA TOURNAMENT 

RICHMOND 42 COMMERCIAL 44 

Richmond won 6 and lost 14 games this year. 



COACH INMAN 




COHEN 



pjiABODY 



O'DAOTEL 




STOWELL 



GILSTRAP 



PBX,TON 



HALL 




A. R. C, Basketball 



The Richmond Academy cagers opened the 1950 basket- 
ball season January 2 against the Alumni. The score was 
25 to 23 for A. R. C. 

Five games were dropped before Richmond came back 
to win over Glynn 47 to 37, B. C. H. S. 34 to 33, and Green- 
wood, 48 to 40. Greenwood was beaten again, and there 
was a 50 to 47 victory over Commercial. 

For the first time since Catholic High started against 
Richmond, the Shamrocks downed an A-Varsity team. The 
score in this game was 33 to 31. 

But, all in all, it was a good time for everyone, and each 
man on the A. R. C. squad showed good sportsmanship. 
Richard (Pee Wee) Weathers made honors by receiving sec- 
ond place on the All-Regional Team. Also, he received an 
award from Commercial High of Savannah for good sports- 
manship. Jimmy O'Daniel made the All-Tournament Team. 
The season closed with six wins and fourteen losses, as the 
scoreboard shows. 




WATKINS 



HOOKS 



MOODY 



J. C. A. Girls' Basketball 




First Row — Bartlett, Walton, Morris, McGahee, Gardner, Levine. 

Second Row — Bessinger, Whatley, Stephenson, Henderson, Walters, Amett, Ccach Bolton. 




^S**' 




.-ai 



J. C. A. 





acores 






39 


Y. M. C. A. 




12 


45 


Y. M. C. A. 




8 


19 


MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH 


"B" 


12 


44 


TUBMAN -B" 




17 


21 


TUBMAN "A" 




23 


13 


MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH 


"B" 


20 


32 


TUBMAN "C" 




26 


20 


MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH 


-A" 


36 


25 


TUBMAN "B" 




12 


42 


TUBMAN -C" 




25 


38 


O. G. H. WACS 




33 


30 


UNIVERSITY NURSES 




34 


10 


ULYTULIP 




25 


32 


O. G. H. WACS 




39 



The J. C. A. girls began the season with 14 members, but were slight- 
ly handicapped by the end of the season with the loss of 4 players. Those 
at present on the team are; Joan Stevenson. Ann Whatley. Marj- Amett. 
Billie Gardner. Katherine Walters. Frankie Walton. Dorothy Henderson. 
Bettyjane Bartlett. and Caroline McGahee. The girls played in both the 
"Y" league and the City league. They were in third place in the "Y" 
league. 



COACH BOLTON 



J. C. A. Basketball 




1st. Row— Baggott, Wright, Matthews, Phiniiy. 

2nd Row — Coach Williams, Purccll, McGowan, Burke. Rodeers. 

3rd Row — Cooper, Graybill, Woodward, DeVaney. 




PraNIZY 



BAGGOTT 



RODGERS 




McGOWAN 



BURKE 



MATTHEWS 



GRAYBILL 




COOPER 



PURCELL 



BASEBALL 




Isl Row— Reynolds, McGowan, Dicks. Baggotl, Benton. Rhodes, and Hall. 

2nd Row — DeViney. Baker, Penn. Burke, and Warr. 

3rd Row — D. Reynolds, Lsckman, Hensley, Swain, Rodgers, Saxon, Poppell, and Patrick. 




mCKSON 



BALKCUM 



BERRY 



WOODWARD 



A. R. C. 1949 Baseball Scores 



RICHMOND 


25 


WASHINGTON 


5 


j> 


7 


AIKEN 


12 


" 


4 


BENEDICTINE 


24 


)j 


14 


LANGLEY-BATH 


4 


" 


6 


LANGLEY-BATH 


4 


" 


5 


GLYNN 





•■ 


1 


BENEDICTINE 


4 


>» 


4 


GLYNN 


3 


" 


8 


SAVANNAH 


9 


j» 


15 


AIKEN 


2 


jj 


15 


WASHINGTON 


5 


" 


1 


COMMERCIAL 


2 




POPPET .T. 




AMERSON 



PYLE 



CHANCE 



GOLF 




AT THE TIME THE ANNUAL 

GOES TO PRESS, 

GOLF, TENNIS, AND TRACK 

SCHEDULES ARE STILL 

UNDETERMINED 



ACTIVITIES 




WALTON 



WAEREN 





RABUN 




The Rainbow Staff 



Editors 

Frankie Walton, Editor-in-Chief 

Adelle Warren, Associate Editor-in-Chief 

Jack Wong, Editor 

Phyllis Rabun, Editor (Pictures) 

Ronald Jester. Editor (Military) 

Danny \oss. Editor (Activities) 

Eugenia Hiers, Editur (Activities) 

Wray Brinkley, Editor (Athletics) 

Jack Cooper, Asst. Editor (Athletics) 

Caroline McGahee, Asst. Editor (Athletics) 

Herbert Elliott, Asst. Editor 

Constance Tant, Asst. Editor 

Peggy Martin, Asst. Editor 

Lucy Claytor, Asst. Editor 

Jackie Parks, Asst. Editor 



Managers 

Jerry Bogosiowsky, Business Manager 
Edwin Harelik, .\sst. Business Manager 
Bernard Blackstonc. .\sst. Business Manager 
Lloyd llavird, .\sst. Business Manager 
Suzanne Levinc, Asst. Business Manager 
Karl .Suhr, .\ssistant 
Charles F.bbets. .\ssislant 
.Anne Jamison, .\ssistant 
Walter J. DeVaney, Assistant 
Manikl Burch. Assistant 
Anne Dasher, Assistant 



VOSS 



BRINKLEY 




Elliott 

Mitchell 

Blackstone 

Brinkley 

Mowery 

Hill 

Havird 

Harelik 

Ebbets 

Parks 

Hiers 

Martin 

McGahee 

Claytor 




MITCHELL, FOLK, WONG, PARKS, CLAYTOR, McGAHEE, VOSS, JLVRTIN, BRL\KLEY. LEVINE. R.\EUX. \V.\LTON, 
WARREN, HIERS 



Special Services 



Photographers 
Roliert L. Syinms 
Charle? E, Ivey, Jr. 
A. L. Mower)' 
E. T. Hill 
Lucy ClayUir 

Artists 

Danny V'uss 
Lalaiier Folk 
l'liili|> l.utcs 

Typists 

Jerry Rojjoslowsky 

Rernard I'lackstoiic 

Faculty Adviser 
Chark's H, MilclK-ll 



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BOGOSLOWSKY 




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LEVINE 



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J. E. MITCHELL 
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R. M. SCOTT 
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WHELDON HAIR 

ANNE McCLENDON 
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BOBBY BAKER 
BILL BRANDON 
PETE CALAMAS 
JAMES COOK 



JACK COOPER 
BILL DREW 
RICHARD EDWARDS 
MAURICE GHINGOLD 
JOE GRAMMER 
RONNIE JENKINS 



EDGAR McDANIEL 
JOE McGOWAN 
JERRY SAUL 
PALTL SMITH 
HUGH WALKER 



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DAVID BARNES 
WARREN BLANCHARD 
GARY BOSTICK 
JAMES BURCH 
NATH BRADFORD 
ADRIAN COHEN 
RICHARD FENDER 
PAUL HAIR 
BOB JUMP 
OLLIE McGAHEE 
LOUIS SIMON 
HEYWARD WOODWARD 
BILLY WREN 
JACK WONG 
W. C. COOK 



JIMMY BOATWRIGHT 

ARTHUR JOXES 

JACK WOXG 



GEORGE THOMAS 

JIMMY THOMAS 

LYNN DRUMMOND 

CHARLES AENCHBACHER 

JACK HODGES 

SONNY MILLS 

DANNY VOSS 

DAVID VOSS 

LYMAN WILLIAMS 

BUDDY McKEE 

MIKE ZUCHER 

DON BAKER 

JULES GODIN 

FRED BEAN 

LOUIS BOWICK 

WILLIAM BRAND 



NEAL CHANDLER 
MICKEY CROUCH 
JOHN JONES 
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REGINALD LEWIS 
PHIL LUTES 
IRVINRICE 
EDWARD RIDDLE 
CLARENCE SIMON 
TOM ROSIER 
JIMMY CONNOR 
HERMAN BOLTON 
ROBERT WOO 
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JANE ELLEN CLONTZ 
PEGGY ALMAND 
PEGGY MARTIN 



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JOYCE MARTIN 
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Vice-President JIMMY PYLE 

Secretary _, MARY ANN THOMAS 

Treasurer RICHARD WEATHERS 

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JOAN CHAMBERS 
BARBARA EDWARDS 
MORRIS WARR 
BILL MADEN 
BILLY PHINIZY 
ANN WHATLEY 
JIMMY O'DANIEL 



TOMMY HERNDON 
PERRY McLEAN 
HARRY SHERMAN 
BILBO CHANCE 
BOBBY BAGGOTT 
BOB PUDER 
TOMMY KNOTTS 
JIMMY PYLE 



NATH HAYES 
JACK HALL 
BOBBY EUBANKS 
ZACK KILPATRICK 
R. H. HOBSON 
JACK POPPELL 
ROBERT BARNES 
EDWARD EUBANKS 



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EDWARD DRAKE 
H. B. DEAN 
JOHNNY MENGER 
BILLY FAIR 
JAKE HOWARD 
ROBERT GILLION 
T. BROADWATER 
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President Dickie Griffin 

\'. President Webster Cason 

Secretary . .„„ Billy Philpot 

Treasurer Otis Benton 

Cliaplain Tom Herndoii 



OFFICERS 2nd SEMESTER 

President Tony Mullicrin 

V. President Billy Philpot 

Secretary -Tommy Herndon 

Treasurer ..- Dickie Griffin 

Cliaplain Jackie Phillips 



HERNDON 



CHARLES McMURPHEY 
JACK HODGES 
EARL CHAVEL 
ROBERT RILEY 



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BILL DYE 
GEORGE KELLY 
CLAYTON HEATH 



CHICK JAMES 
DOUGLAS SEIFFERT 
WOODBURY RINKER 
STUMPY WRIGHT 



WAYLAND LAMAR 
BEV COCHRAN 
TOMMY HEMRICK 
5TARKEY FLYTHE 




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V. President .._ Jimmy O'Daniel 

Secretary Frank McDaniel 

Treasurer . Brad Bennett 

Chaplain Howard Timmerman 

CLUB ADVISER 



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President Howard Timmerman 

\'. President _ Ozie Brantley 

Secretary Zack Kilpatrick 

Treasurer _ ....Righton Robertson 

Chaplain Jimmy Pyle 

- BOB JONES 



CHARLES EBBETS 
JIMMY PYLE 
HOWARD TIMMERMAN 
RODGERS FEESE 
JIMMY O'DANIEL 
BRUCE JORDAN 
DAN HALL 
RICHARD WEATHERS 
LYNN OGDEN 



GENE KELLY 
JOE REYNOLDS 

FRANK McDonald 

ZACK KILPATRICK 
BRAD BENNETT 
W. C. COOK 
BOBBY BANKS 
LANSING LEE 
OZIE BRANTLEY 



RIGHTON ROBERTSON 
HUGH NEELANDS 
TRAVIS HIGGINBOTHAM 
CARL CARN 
DAVID VOSS 
KEITH CHARLES 
BOBBY EUBANKS 
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HIRAM JOHNSON 


R. W. TERRELL 


STANLEY DORN 


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JAMES THOMPSON 


ROBERT GIBBS 


L. H. MALCOM 


JAMES MORRIS 


VERNON HARRELL 


BILLY MILES 


ROBERT SAVAGE 


FRANK MATTHEWS 


B. T. MURPHY 


ALLEN CAMERON 


HAROLD RHODES 


FRANK PATTERSON 


FLOYD CHANCEY 


J. C. SIMS 


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AUBREY CLARK 


T. C. STEWART 


CHARLES READDY 


FRANK HOWARD 


LAMAR STOREY 


CHARLES REESE 


RONALD JACKSON 


THOMAS STANFORD 


JERRY REESE 


LARRY KING 


GEORGE WELCH 


JIMMY WALKER 


SAM NORRIS 


FRANK BAUCY 


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CHESLEY PARRISH 


TRACY BROWN 


ROGER BUGG 


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H. G. CHAVOUS 


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HOWARD ANDERSON 
WILLIAM A. ANDERSON 
RICHARD BALKCUM 
BOBBY BANKS 
DONALD BERRY 
CLUESE BLANCHARD 
OZIE BRANTLEY 
WILLIAM BROADWATER 
W. A. CASON 
DONALD CHEEKS 
TED COATS 



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BILLY ELLIOTT 
JAMES E. HENSLEY 
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BILL HUNDLEY 
TOM W. MARSH 
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ELVYN McDonald 

JAMES PATRICK 
JACK PHILLIPS 



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JAMES W. SMITH 

JAMES PATRICK 

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LOUIS REESE 



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PAUL SIMON 
LAWRENCE WALKER 
J. WILLIS 

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JACK WONG 
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ZACK KILPATRICK 


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ROBERT HUNTLEY 


GEORGE ROLLINS 


ADRIAN COHEN 


GENE KELLY 


MARVIN SEARS 


ROBERT COLE 


ZACK KILPATRICK 


GEORGE SHEFTALL 


TOMMY DOUGLASS 


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HARRY SHERMAN 


BILL DYE 


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1st Semester 

President Harry Sherman 

Vice President Herbert Elliott 

Secretary Billy Evans 

Treasurer Billy Hill 

Chaplain Roy Simkins 

Adviser Captain William B. Pierce 



2nd Semester 

President __Herbert Elliott 

Vice-President Ed Douglass 

Secretary Irvin Rice 

Treasurer Tommy Douglas 

Chaplain Billy Berry 

Adviser _- —.Captain William B. Pierce 



ADVISER — CAPTAIN WILLIAM B. PIERCE 



BILLY EVANS 
HERBERT ELLIOTT 
HARRY SHERMAN 
JIMMY HARRISON 
JIMMY THATCHER 
JIMMY HARMON 
JIMMY BOATWRIGHT 
O. B. WHATLEY 
ED DOUGLASS 
TOMMY DOUGLAS 
BILLY MORRIS 
BILLY HILL 
BILLY MAXWELL 
TOMMY SANDERS 
W. E. MATTHEWS 
THOMAS GOODWIN 
BILLY BERRY 
LYNN DRUMMOND 
ANGUS WILSON 
IRVIN RICE 
ROY SIMKINS 
GRADY HOWARD 
GEORGE SHEET ALL 
LARRY McCRARY 



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\"ice-President _ _,_ Ellen Martin 

Secretary _ -Laura Gautliier 

Treasurer Bobby Baggott 

Chaplain Tommy Knotts 

Adviser - _.. J. T. Hains 



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JAMES JOHNSON 



BERNARD BLACKSTONE W. C. SEATS 



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SHELTON EUBANKS 
ROBERT FITZGERALD 
TOM HILL 



MARION SMITH 
FRED SPEERING 
CARL SUHR 
NORMAN WILLIAMS 



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LAURA GAUTHIER 
ELLEN MARTIN 
F. H. SIZEMORE 
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Phi Theta Ksppa is a National Honorary Scholastic Fraternity, limited in membership to 
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Dot Henderson 

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"Established 1921" 

DISTRIBUTORS OF AUTOMOTIVE 
PARTS, SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT 



Phones 2-5361 & 2-5362 
630 Ellis Street Augusta, Georgia 




WALKER-DURANT 
MOTOR COMPANY 

"Your Ford Dealer" 

FORD CARS - TRUCKS - TRACTORS 
SALES AND SERVICE 



Broad at 14th Street 



Phone 2-5371 



Compliments of 


HOUSTON 


ICE AND COAL CO. 


I3TH AND DANTIGNAC STREETS 


Best Grades — Coal and Coke 


Blocked and Crushed Ice 


Prompt Delivery 



MARKS HEATIKG i AIR CONDITIONING CO. 

WE SPECIALIZE in the Following : 

Heating and Air Conditioning 
BOTH DOMESTIC and COMMERCIAL 

Hotpoint Electrical Appliances 

YOUR DEPENDABLE SERVICE MAN 

Phone 2-3645 

702 Twiggs Street Augusta, Ga. 



MURRAY BROS., INC. 

107 Hale Street Phone 2-9806 

Augusta, Ga. 





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732 Broad Street 


Phone 2-7575 



"T* t^ Student^- a^ 

ACADEMY OF UlCHMONI) COUNTY 

AND 

JUNIOR COLLEGE OE AUGUSTA 




'^\\t Augusta CljrflnirU 

MOHNISC-SUNDAT 



THE AUGUSTA HERAT, P 

Eteninc 




Compliments of 

OXNER'S RADIO SERVICE 

1857 Oglethorpe Ave. Dial 3-7182 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

H. B. "POP" SCHNEIDER'S 

SERVICE STATION 

47 - 13th St. at Reynolds Phone 2-7910 
Augusta, Georgia 



FREE PRIZES DAILY 






952 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



DANSBY BROTHERS CO. 

PLUMBING AND HEATING 
CONTRACTORS 

Specializing in Repairs and Alterations 

1202 D'Antignac St. Dial 2-5723 

Augusta, Georgia 



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BREAULT 

"am ieutcti^ mcttuxnceA" 



Portraits -- Home Portraits --Weddings - Commercial 



Breaults Studio 



9 I 6 GREENE STREET 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Records - Radios - Pianos 




TOMPKINS MUSIC CO., INC. 




ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 




Refrigerators - Home Freezers - Ranges - 


Water 


Heaters - Fans - Irons - Washers - Musical | 


Instruments and Accessories 




Tubes - Parts - Service 




Phone 2-7339 318 8th 


Street 





AUGUSTA TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 


306 


8th St. - 


- Augusta, Ga. - Phone 2-6927 


Distributors for: 






Royal 


Standard Typewriters 




Royal Portable Typewriters 




Victor 


Adding Machines 




Friden 


Calculators 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



GEORGIA-CAROLINA WAREHOUSE AND COMPRESS 
COMPANY 



W. T. GRANT CO, 



Known For Values 



930 Broad Street 



AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY 



AUTO PARTS 



214 - 18 Sixth Sireel 



MACHINE SHOP 



Phone 4-5417 





B. 


& B. 


LUMBER 




& SUPPLY CO. 


Phone 2-2359 




Augusta, Georgia 




BUILDING 


MATERIALS • LUMBER 




MILLWOHK 


DOORS • SASH 


Yard 


and Office 




1245 d'Antignac Street 






Corner 


13th Street 



Compliments 

of 



WARE BUICK COMPANY 



627 BROAD STREET 



AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



Phone 2-5395 



Compliments of 

RICHMOND SUPPLY CO. 

MILL SUPPLIES and INDUSTRIAL SPECIALTIES 
652 Seventh Street Phones : 2-7797 - 2-7798 




CONGRATULATIONS 
and 

BEST WISHES 

BUSH'S FLORIST 



111 Pine Grove Avenue 



II06 Broad Street 



S. DONALD FORTSON CO. 

MUX • MINE • TEXTILE • and 
CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES 



901 Reynolds Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



HEAL ESTATE SALES • LOANS 

INSURANCE 

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 

Over 33 Years* Experience 

BLANCHARD & CALHOUN 
REALTY COMPANY 

Broad at Eighth Dial 2-6621 



DEVELOPING • PRINTING • ENLARGING 

N & W CAMERA EXCHANGE 

"Everything Photographic" 

CAMERAS • PHOTO SUPPLIES • ACCESSORIES 
MOVIE EQUIPMENT 



Dial 2-4057 



220 Eighth Street 



CEDRCIH I RO n UIDRKS CD. 



SATCHER COMPANY 

Complete Line 
629 10th Street — Phones 2-5636 - 2-7119 

Augusta, Georgia 



Kaiser 



Frazer 



McDonald & weathersbee 
motors, inc. 



lll-5th Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 




730 Broad Street 



MILLER-ADAMS, INC. 
A & M BLUE PRINT CO. 

Office Supplies and Equipment 

805 Reynolds Street 
Augusta, Ga. 



MARKS FABRICS 

"Fabric Center of Augusta" 

Slipcovers and Draperies 
Made to Order 



1015 Broad St. 



Dial 4-1850 



TRULOCK CANDY COMPANY 

DISTRI BUTOR 

Lay's - Chips, Sandwiches, Peanuts 



2110 CENTRAL AVENUE 



MILLER'S SEA FOOD MARKET 

Specializing In 

Crabmeat - Lobsters - Fresh Fish 

Fresh Shrimp - Frog Legs - Clams 

and Oysters in Season 

— Daily Deliveries — 

2 1 24 Central Avenue 



CAREY F. WEATHERS 

TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. 

Local and Long Distance Moving 
Operating in 28 States 

— A Complete Moving Service — 

1268 Druid Park Avenue Phone 3-221 I 






STARK EMPIRE LAUNDRY 


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— Cash and Carry Service — 




De 


ivery Service Phone 


3-3611 



DIAL 2-5588 

DIXIE CAB SERVICE 

Two-Way Radio Equipped 

"Positively White Only" 

553 Ellis St. Augusta, Ga. 



AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 

Exclusive Distributors 
Academy and Junior College Athletic Wear 
Golf, Tennis, Basketball and Football Supplies 



210-212 Eighth Street 



Phone 2-6007 




BOYS' 

CATHOLIC 

HIGH SCHOOL 



FRENCH DRY CLEANING CO. 

FANCY DYERS 
HAT CLEANING 



1299 Emmett St, 



Phone 3-4446 



WOODWARD LUMBER COMPANY 

Building Materials -- Curtis 
Woodwork - Lunnber - Paints 

1010 Roberts St. Augusta, Ga. 

Phones 2-461 I - 12 - 13 



Always Remember 

FRUITLAND NURSERIES 

When you want the 
BEST in Plants 

—Phone 3-7927— 



Compliments 
of 

HOWARD LUMBER COMPANY 

1900 Mllledgevllle Road Augusta, Ga. 

Dial 2-7870 — 2-4078 



SCCTT'S MEAT MACrET 

LYNWOOD SCOTT, Prop. 

NATIVE AND WESTERN MEATS FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

POULTRY AND SEA FOOD GROCERIES 

H\\\ Delivery and Town Delivery Daily 



313 - 8th Street 



Phones 2-6496 — 2-6497 




Complete Office Outfitters 

224 - 8th St. Phone 4-3243 

Augusta, Georgia 

Art Metal Steel Office Equipment 



Drink 
Royal Crown 

Roc;. U. S. Par 0«. 

Cola 

Besf by Taste Test 



FAIR-JOPLING-ANDREWS 
APPLIANCE CO. 

Electrical Appliances 
Domestic and Commercial 



Sales — Service 



303-9th St. 
Phone 2-9854 



519-13th St. 
Phone 2-6997 



LOMBARD BRINSON 



Exclusive Men's Wear 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

HARDY'S CLEANERS 

"The Bright Spot in Cleaning" 
1803 Walton Way 



F. E. 


FERRIS & COMPANY 


"Clothes 


of 


the Better Kind for Men, 


A 


nd 


Fashions For Youth" 

Varsity Town 
Dobbs 
Arrow 


752 Broad 


St. 


Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments 
of 

WARREN WALKER, JEWELER 

"The House of Fine Sterling" 



THE JONES FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

Established 1396 
1010 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 





HAGLER TIRE & SUPPLY 




LIMITED 


740 


Reynolds St. Phone 2-8405 


H 


eadquartcrs for the General Squeegee 


The 


Tires For Sale By the Richmond lli-V 



SIDNEY SMITH PAPER COMPANY 

562 Reynolds .St. Dial 2-6360 

Pajnt Cuj>s — Xajtkins- -Toilii Tissue 

Augusta, Georgia 
Distributoi-s For E-Z Opener Bag Co. 



Maxwell Brothers 
Furniture 

FRIGIDAIRES — PHILCO RADIOS 
DRAPERIES 

Experienced Interior Decorating Service 

Phone 2-5526 



933 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



3. jS. »itc's 

Coi^ratiila/es 

A.R.C. & J.C.A. GRADUATES OF '50 

J. B. White's, whose Small Profit Margin 
Policy has made it Augusta's leading depart- 
ment store, salutes the 1950 graduates of 
Richmond Academy and Junior College of 
Augusta, leading citizens of the Augusta of 
tomorrow. 




LAKE VIEW PHARMACY 
SUMERAU'S 

Open 2-f Hours A Day 

1800 Broad St. — Phone 3-4495 — Augusta, Ga. 



AUGUSTA 


BOOK STORE 


833 Broad Street 


Books - Cards 


- Toys - Parker Pens 


Greeting Car 


ds - Rental Library 



DeSoto Plymouth 

AUTHORIZED 
SALES • SERVICE 

GARRISON-ROBERTS MOTORS, 
INCORPORATED 

III - 115 EIGHTH STREET 
Augusta, Ga. Phone 4-1424 



Compliments 
of 

RICHMOND APPLIANCE CO. 

Heating — Cooling ■ — Refrigeration 
1278 Broad Street Phone 2-3910 



Compliments 
of 

GREENES GARAGE 

COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS 

125 Fifth Street Phone 2-6455 



Compliments 
of 

HARRISON 
ADVERTISING AGENCY 



Herald BIdg. 



Augusta, Ga. 



BOWERS AUTO ELECTRIC 
COMPANY 

DISTRIBUTORS 

PARTS AND SERVICE 
FOR ALL CARS 



Phone 2-7352 



553 Broad St. 
Augusta, Ga. 



DELUXE CLEANERS 

DRY CLEANING - PRESSING 
ALTERATIONS 

315 Eighth Street Dial 2-4325 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Short Orders Fountain 


Drinks 




Treat Your Date at 






THE VARSITY 






DRIVE-IN 




GWINNETT AT DRLTD PARK 


Bar-B-Q 


Curb 


Service 



DREW'S FOOD STORE 

"Extra Quality Food — Frozen Food" 

MEATS — POULTRY — SEA FOOD 
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE 

PHONES: 2-7766 — 2-7767 
1533 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. 

WE DELIVER ANYWHERE 



SHERMAN AND 
HEM STREET, INC. 

REALTORS 
AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 



Here's wishing you luck — 

And we are looking forward fo 
Many more happy years together 

danSSenS 

Bread 





"The South's Finest Since 1841" 




WARR BROTHERS 
CONSTRUCTrON COMPANY 

COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL 
BUILDERS 

2 East Boundary Dial 2-4346 





BATES 


FURNITURE CO. 






"You 


Furnish the House, 






We Furnish the Home" 




1 1043 


Broad Streel 


Phone 
Augusta, Ga. 


2-4853 



AUGUSTA HIDE COMPANY 
E. A. LAMAR, Proprietor 

HIDES — FURS — WOOL — BEESWAX 
AND TALLOW 

SCRAP IRON — METALS — RUBBER 
AND RAGS 

OfRce and Warehouse: 1433 Reynolds St. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

GENERAL TIRE & SUPPLY CO. 

Broad at Twelfth Street 
Phone 2-6641 Augusta, Ga. 



San eke nV 

. MILK . 



VOTED 

MOST POPULAR 

IN THERE 

CLASS! 



Sa nckenV 
ICECREAM . 



Compliments 
of 

SIMKINS SEED COMPANY 

987 BROAD STREET 
DIAL 2-8157 



Cotnpliments 

of 

Shapiro Packing Co., Inc. 

KOTTINLAND BRAND 

All Meats Are U. S. Inspected 



Take a Tip 

From the Chef 
Use 




FAMOUS BARBECUE HASH 

and 

BRUNSWICK STEW 

FOR DELICIOUS MEALS— 

—AND SO EASY TO PREPARE 

Castleberry's Food Co. 

Augusta, Georgia 



John F. Brickie & Conipany 

BICYCLES - LAWNMOWERS 
REPAIRS 

STORE AND MARKET 
EQUIPMENT 



846-848 Ellis St. 



Dial 2-0437 



Colonial 




COMPLIMENTS OF 

AUGUSTA AMUSEMENTS COMPANY 

MILLER THEATER 

THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL AND MODERN THEATER 

IMPERIAL — MODJESKA — RIALTO 
THEATERS 




FOR BEST RESULTS — CALL HULSE 



HULSE LAUNDRY, INC. 



'JUST A GOOD ONE" 



3-4451 



PHONES 



LAUNDERERS 



2-2460 



CLEANERS 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

INTERSTATE 
COFFEE CO. 

"KITCHEN QUEEN COFFEE" 



THE SOUTH'S LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF 



FACE BRICK 



COMMON BRICK 



STRUCTURAL TILE 



MERRY BROS. BRICK & TILE CO. 



Established 1899 



Masonic Bldg. 



Augusta, Georgia 



CLOTHES f 

Collegiate / 






At 




Your 




NEW 




SJ c...,. 



CLOTHES f 
Classy ! 



FILMY FORMALS 



TO 



SPALDmG LOAFERS 




Compliments of 

R. E. Blanchard and R. H. Madebach 

Ki\(is niY iMiiiniK'v. m\ 

2113 Kings Way 




kiU)iFrs\ii;im NTiiKEs 


"The Little Stores with the Big Values" 


Walton Way Kings Way 








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CompUments 
of 

IimS (illOrKKY ii\l) MIKKFT 

1835 Walton Way 
Phone 3-8208 


"Ju.sr A Little Different" 
Phone 6' 1 70 1 2130 Central Ave. 



JOHNSON, LANE, SPACE AND COMPANY 

GOVERNMENT — MUNICIPAL — INDUSTRIAL 

STOCKS BONDS 

INVESTMENT TRUSTS 



721 Herald Bldg. 
Phone 2-7741 



AUGUSTA — SAVANNAH — ATLANTA 



GEORGIA SPORTING GOODS, INC. 

319 SEVENTH STREET 

(EqiiiptJient for all Sports) 
AUGUSTA'S ONLY DEALER IN RAWLINGS ATHLETIC EQLTIPMENT 
DIAL 2-1961 ART PATCHIN, Mgr. 




HOME OF THE "THING" 

SnilTH'S FINEST 
DMIVEIN RESTAURANT 

GREENE AT EAST BOUNDARY 



RED urn GRILL 



AUGUSTA'S FINEST 
DINNER RESTAURANT 



1934 WALTON WAY 



HUGH AND ARTHUR GREENE 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



W. INMAN CURRY 



ALL YOUR CLOTHES SHOULD GO TO 



SNOW'S 



1384 GREENE STREET 



"Dispensing Exclusively for the Eye Physician" 

MURPHY & ROBINSON 

PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 

Member Opticians Guild 

LOBBY S.F.C. BLDG. DIAL 2-5641 



GARDELLE'S DRUG STORE, INC. 

"The REXALL Store" 

"Where Friends Meet" 

702 BROAD ST. PHONE 2-6611 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 
We Have Filled Over 5 Million Prescriptions 




WYKE C. IVEY, JR. 

W . C. IVEY COAL COMPANY 

42 Years of Serving Augusta 

COAL AND FUEL OIL 

DIAL 2-8218 1009 ROBERTS ST. 

Augusta, Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

CONSUMERS' FEED & 
SEED CO. 



SMOKE 



HAV-A-TAMPA 



CIGARS 



JOHN J. MILLER CO. 
DISTRIBUTOR 



JERNIGAN HARDWARE 
CO. 

RETAIL — WHOLESALE 



1033 Broad St. 



922 Walker St. 



Congratulations to the Class of '50 



Davison's will be ready to serve 
you for your college clothes or 
career wardrobe just as we 
have with each previous 
graduation . . . from tiny tot 
through pigtailers and teens. 



T)pW| 




STORES IN 
AUGUSTA 
ATLANTA 
MACON 
COLUMBUS 
C0LU:MBL4, S. 



C. 



Relax . . . Refresh with Coke 

.5' 




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THE AUGUSTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 
Augusta, Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

HULL, WILLINGHAM, TOWILL AND NORMAN 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 



CompI 


ments of 


RICHMOND 


MOTOR CO. 


CHRYSLER 


- PLYMOUTH 


Greene at Tenth 


Phone 4-5551 



GOOD HEALTH TO ALL 
FROM REXALL 

LANE-LIGGETT DRUG SRORE 

EIGHTH & BROAD 




FOR SMARTER STYLES — THRIFT-PRICED 
ALWAYS SHOP AT 

Penney's 



HARBIN'S FLORIST 

FLOWERS AND GIFTS 

Metcalf at Walton Way 
PHONES 3-4406 — 3-4407 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

H. SHMERLING, JEWELER 

910 BROAD STREET 



FEEDRIGHT MILLING COMPANY 

LOCK DRAWER 740 
FOR THE DISCRIMINATrNG BUYER 

HIGHEST QUALITY 



I lOOiUKEr 













FEEDERS & GROWERS EXCHANGE, INC. 

FEEDS — SEEDS — BABY CHICKS 



BULBS 



209-219 ELEVENTH STREET 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



SHRUBBERY 



^ei ^o-itn. 'i¥ai*te "^e^Cect (^reici<nc<i.M.e<i-i. a.ftd (^Ann^n 



SOUTH'S 

LEADING 

HOME 

FURNISHERS 



719 BROAD STREET 




WE 

INVITE 

YOUR 

ACCOUNT 



DIAL 2-4678 



WGAC 



58 ON YOUR DIAL 



THE FAVORITE 

STATION OF 

A. R. C. and JUNIOR COLLEGE 

STUDENTS 

Now and All Thru the Years 
To Come 



Compliments of 

EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. 

"Complete Household Furnishings" 

1201-03 BROAD STREET DIAL 2-5435 



Compliments of 

GEORGIA-CAROLINA 

BRICK & TILE COMPANY 




Cnitral (Sartiru Jlnrifit 



"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 

THE CAMPUS FLORIST 



2050 WALTON WAY 



DIAL 3-4464 



I. H. COHEN AGENCY 




124 Eighth Street 



Phone 



2-5377 
2-5378 



IF IT IS GOOD INSURANCE . . . 
WE SELL IT 



PERKINS LUMBER CO. 


LUMBER 


BUILDING MATERIAL — MILLWORK 


DOORS — SASH 


619 Thirteenth St. Phone 4-3551 


AUGUSTA, GA. 



THERE IS A 



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soimEtuHnmcDi 

flUGU'TA.GJL 



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DUPLEX DOUBLE 
DUTY FEED 

FOR ALL 
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY 

ASK YOUR FEED DEALER OR GROCERYMAN 
Manufactured By 

SOUTHERN MILLING CO. 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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DUPLEX 

AOUBLCDUTT 
CECOS 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



THE ROOFING AND SHEET-METAL 
CONTRAQORS' ASSOCIATION 



OF 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



MEMBERS: 

AUGUSTA ROOFING AND METAL WORKS 

RALPH H. DOZIER ROOFERS AND SHEET METAL WORKS 

KELLY ROOFING AND METAL WORKS 

MODERN ROOFING AND METAL WORKS 

SOUTHERN ROOFING AND INSULATING COMPANY 



ELLIOTT SONS 



CompKments of 

DIXIE COAL AND OIL CO., INC. 
QUALITY 

COAL — FUEL OIL 

1370 Greene Street Dial 2-6677 



FRESH MEATS AT PRICES YOU CAN MEET 

PEOPLE'S FOOD STORE 

9th and Gwinnett St. 
Owned and Operated by William Hildebrandt 



SIKES COAL & COKE CO. 

Established 1884 
Wrightsboro at 15th Street 



Compliments of 

GILBERT FURNITURE CO. 
1007 Broad St. Phone 2-2021 




Compliments ol 

A. J. FOGEL 

B. P. MAYS 

THE FURNITURE MARKET 
1019 Broad Street 



KAM LEE LAUNDRY 

214 - 7th Street 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 

Phone 2-8414 

CASH AND CARRY 



Compliments of 

OSBON AUTO SUPPLY CO. 

FISK TIRES — nSK BATTERIES 

AUTO PARTS — RECAPPING 

EASY TERMS 



1253-55 Broad St. 



Augusta. Ga. 





Compliments o! 




S. 


H. KRESS & COMPANY 




5c - 10c - 25c STORE 




834 Broad Street Augusta 


Georgia 



AUGUSTA'S FIRST STATION - SINCE 1930 



5000 WAHS 
DAY AND NIGHT 






CBS 
AFFILIATE 



DEPARTMENT 



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STORE 



EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS! 

.... BELK'S IS HEADQU-ARTERS 

IN AUGUSTA FOR THE WELL DRESSED 
COLLEGE BOY OR GIRL! 




Boftling Company of Augusta 



PHONE 2-4252 



LILY-TULIP CUP 

CORPORATION 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



PAPER DRINKING CUPS 



AND 



FOOD CONTAINERS 



Compliments of 


UNITY SUPER MARKET 


1119 Ellis St. 1128 Broad St. 



ENJOY THE NEW 

HOTEL RICHMOND 

DINING ROOM 



ROSENTHAL'S 

STAR BRAND SHOES 

SHOES BOOTS 

KEDS 

TENNIS BASKETBALL 

FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

1036 Broad St. Dial 2-4212 



A. ROY KROUSE 

JEWELER 
EXPERT W ATCH REPAIRING 

Located 

AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS CO. 
210 -8th street 



Phone 2-3444 



Augusta, Ga. 




Murphy Stationery Co. 

SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL 
STATIONERY 



718 BROAD STREET 



DIAL 2-2122 



Dresses - Wraps - Millinery - Accessories 
Lingerie - Cosmetics - jewelry 

The Hollywood Dress Shoppe 

CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED 
PHONE 2-7841 

814 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



HARPER BROTHERS 

PICTURE FRAMES 
ART MATERIAL AND PICTURES 

426 Eighth St. Dial 2-6907 





•YOUR FRIENDLY- 


B. F. 


GOODRICH STORE 




BROAD AT lOTH 




PHONES 2-5434 — 2-8506 


AUGUSTA'S DEPT. STORE 




FOR YOUR 


CAR- 


-ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 




SPORTS 



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PATRONIZE 



AUGUSTA ICE & COAL COMPANY 



100% HOME INDUSTRY 



Compliments 
of 



JOHN D. CURTIS 



Compliments 

Silver's Music Department 

906 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 

LATEST RECORDINGS BY TOP ARTISTS 

Sheet Music — Accessories 



2 PERCENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 

DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO S5.000 

INTEREST COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY 

REALTY SAV!NGS BANK 

(Augusta's Only Bank Exclusively for 
Savings Depositors) 



Member F.D.I.C. 



827 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



BICYCLES - MOTORBIKES 
MOTORCYCLES 

R. L SUMERAU & SON 



1248 Broad Street 



Dial 2-5301 



COMPLIMENTS OF 




SKY VIEW 




DRIVE-IN THEATRE 




"The Soufh's Finest Outdoor Cinema" 




OLIVE ROAD (Heard Ave. Extension) 


DIAL 6-1932 



DRINK 

CANADA DRY 

BEVERAGES 




BOARDMAN MOTORS, INC. 

STUDEBAKER 
7th and Reynolds Phone 4-5533 



BENTLEY 


BROTHERS 


FURNITURE 


Complete Home Furnishings 


The Store of 


Friendly Service 


Broad at 1 Ith Street 


Phone 2-5309 



Augusta Mill Supply Co. 
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 

BELTING — PIPE — STEEL — TOOLS — VALVES 

630 Eleventh St. 

Phones 2-4657 - 2-4658 Augusta, Ga. 



Augusta 


Iron & Steel Works, Inc. 


Foundry - 


Machine Shop 


- Structural Shop 




Lombard Bui 


ding 




636 ELEVENTH 


STREET 




Augusta, Georgia | 






FABRICATORS 


Manufacturer of 


MACHINERY 


Augusta Flyer Sawmill 


CASTINGS 



"SINCE 1889" 



AUGUSTA LUMBER 
COMPANY 



BUILDING MATERIAL 
LUMBER — MILLWORK 



DIAL 2-1813 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



League, Duvall & Powell, Inc. 

REALTORS 

WILLIAM J. KELLY, President 

F.H.A. LOANS 
REAL ESTATE 
GENERAL INSURANCE 

Herald Building Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



L/ L U IM H E K C » 



IM ■> A M T 




SALES ANTD SERVICE 

HENRY DARLING, INC. 

PARTS SERVICE 




flCHARDS' 



FURNITURE CO. 

564 GREENE ST. 

FINE FURNITURE 

Interior Decorating - Carpet - Draperies 



Brigham's Super Markets 



2108 Broad St. 
1732 Broad St. 
846 Libert^' St. 





SMOAK'S 


BAKERY 


HOMEMADE BREAD, CAKES 




AND PIES 


DIAL 


3-59.^1 .... 


2108 CENTRAL AVE. ' 


DIAL 


3-2391 .... 


1907 WALTON W AY 


DIAL 


2-1925 .... 


. . 310 EIGHTH ST. 



COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES 
OF 

Board of Commissioners of Roads and Revenues 
RICHIMOND COUNTY 

JAMES P. WALKER, Chairman 

Scott Nixon 



Paul L. Bowers 
David F. Franklin 

L. B. Furtick 



Frank H. Pierce 

County Attorney 

Chas. S. Bohler, Jr.. Clerk 
& Purchasing Agent 




FUEL OIL 
LUBRICATING OILS 

LUBRICATING GREASES 
SANITARY SUPPLIES 
CHEMICALS 

PHOENIX OIL CO. 

62.5 - .5th Street Phone 2-5321 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



COLLEGE PHARMACY 
DRUGS — PRESCRIPTIONS 

Telephone :?-.3687 1801 Walton Way 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



WM. 


SCHWEIGERT CO. 


— 


JEWELERS 


GIFTS 


— NOVELTIES — CHINA 




GLASSWARE 




846 Broad Street 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

RUBEN'S 

Augusta's Only 
Home-Owned Department Store 



POTEET FUNERAL HOME 



AMBULANCE SERVICE 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL STORAGE GARAGE 
736 Ellis Street 



ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO. 

Motors - Generators - Transformers 
Wholesale Electrical Supplies 



624 Ellis Street 



Phone 2-6686 



BLANCHE COTTON MILLS, INC. 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



MACUCH STEEL PRODUCTS CO. 

Fabricators of Ornamental, Miscellaneous, 
and Structural Steel 

Telephone 2-0305 
1530 Augusta Ave. Augusta, Ga. 



GEORGIA HATTERS & CLEANERS 
SHIRT LAUNDRY 

B. A. GAVALAS, Proprietor 



Dial 2-4094 



316 Eighth St. 



AUGUSTA RADIO CO. 

RADIOS — HOME APPLIANCES 
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS 



'Augusta's Largest Record Department" 



855 BROAD STREET 



DIAL 2-2218 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

DIXIE VIM SERVICE STATION 

1 3th and Fenwick Streets 



"Standard" 

CLASS RINGS 

For 

RICHMOND ACADEMY 

(Any Graduating Year) 
Write: 

H. S. CANFIELD 

1560 N. Decatur Road, Atlanta, Ga. 
— Manufactured By — 

HERFF-JONES COMPANY 

Also Complete Line 

of 

DIPLOMAS — CAPS AND GOWNS 

MEDALS 

TROPHIES — INVITATIONS — CARDS 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



FRIENDS INDEED ARE OUR 

ADVERTISERS, WHOSE HELP 

WAS NECESSARY IN THE 

MAKING OF THIS BOOK. 

LETS REMEMBER THEM. 






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